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LWLies 92: The Licorice Pizza Issue – On Sale Now!

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LWLies 92: The Licorice Pizza Issue – On Sale Now!

IIn the new issue of LWLies, my august colleague Hannah Strong interviewed writer / director Paul Thomas Anderson and our cover star Alana Haim about the duo’s bubbly new film, Licorice Pizza.

She asks Anderson if there is an interconnection between the worlds in which her films take place. Is the San Fernando Valley from Boogie Nights or Magnolia or Punch-Drunk Love the same San Fernando Valley we see spread out in front of us in Licorice Pizza? His answer was no, but not categorical. The way it reads is, “I don’t think so, but very happy if you do.” And yes, we do.

Perhaps more than any of his films to date, Licorice Pizza is a landscape film, where carefully calibrated details in the background serve to heighten the drama in the foreground. It’s the story of two free-spirited young people – Haim and Cooper Hoffman – who have a connection and try to discern through the length of the film if it is love.

Anderson cited films such as George Lucas’ American Graffiti and Amy Heckerling’s Fast Times at Ridgemont High as inspirations, and this is evident not only in the emphasis on the thunderous antics of its playful protagonists, but also on the structure. episodic and almost experimental of the film.

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In the spirit of our cover film, for this issue, we have chosen to exist in the world that PTA built for us, sending the reader back to California around 1973 to experience the cultural ups and downs of that much-vaunted era. . Our goal was to produce the ultimate sanctuary of Anderson’s work, and we hope this issue is as fun to read (and explore) as it was for us to make it. And for those who love Easter eggs, hang on to your hats …

On the cover

We’ve been a fan of the illustrator for a long time Tim mcdonagh, with whom we collaborated on our 2014 illustrated book What I Love About Movies. Lucky for us, Tim is a huge fan of PTA and therefore enjoyed the chance to dive deep into this new movie and his entire cinematic universe. The portrait of Alana Haim on the cover is supported by a torn page of classifieds, setting the visual tone for the remainder of the issue.

Illustrators inside the issue include Beth fenton, Beth morris, Nick taylor, Raya deussen, Jess alexander, Jake smithies, Simon hayes, Sergeant Stéphanie

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In this problem

We have this!

Interview with Paul Thomas Anderson and Alana Haim
Hannah Strong talks about scenery, music and love with the writer / director of Licorice Pizza and his star.

Meet the biggest PTA fan in the world

Flowers Foster travels to Seattle to meet an eccentric college boy with a bizarre, antisocial obsession.

Jacques Gites: Being me in 73

Our chief film reviewer brings together all of the major film clippings from 1973.

Mark Bridges: Costume designer of the stars

Licorice Pizza’s costume designer on the movie’s memorable look.

Oh, David, give me your hands

A meeting with David Bowie in 1973, by Cady Chrysler.

Hot at the Trot: Gary Valentine

A profile of the new actor and entrepreneur.

Letters: Bring back the pinball machine!

A young man wants to repeal an absurd statute law.

Horoscope
By Laurel Canyon

Obituary: Baxter Conrad

The enigmatic icon is remembered by his opium dealer, Lemuel Cruz-Campo.

Subjects n ° 20: The white suit

Christina Newland takes on this nifty machismo icon on the big screen.

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In the rear part

Johnny Knoxville

Hannah Strong writes a touching ode to the idiosyncratic prankster ahead of the release of a Jackass: Forever in early 2022.

How we did the Macbeth tragedy

Joel Coen, Bruno Delbonnel, Mary Zophres and Stefan Dechant talk to Adam Woodward about how they put together this haunting adaptation of monochrome Shakespeare.

Guillermo del Toro

Nightmare Alley director and hero of LWLies discusses the doors opened to him after his big Oscar night.

Romola Garai

The British actress takes the director’s chair to deliver her first feature film, Amulet. Interview by Katherine McLaughlin.

Apichatpong Weerasethakul

Matt Turner reveals the community vibe on the set of Memoria – the wonderful new film from the soft-spoken Thai maestro.

Review

Joana Hadjithomas and Khalil Joreige’s memory box
Taming the garden of Salomé Jashi
Eric Steel’s Minyan
The Electric Life of Louis Wain by Will Sharpe
A hero by Asghar Farhardi
Memoria of Apichatpong Weerasethakul
Andrea Arnold’s Cow
Cyrano by Joe Wright
Kirill Serebrennikov’s Petrov’s flu
Michael Showalter’s Tammy Faye Eyes
The Souvenir Part II by Joanna Hogg
Amulet of Romola Garai
Ailey by Jamila Wignot
Fran Kranz’s Mass
La Mif by Fred Bailli
The Duke of Roger Michell
The Parallel Mothers of Pedro Almodovar
The Tragedy of Macbeth by Joel Coen
The escape of Jonas Poher Rasmussen
Lingui de Mahamat Saleh Haroun, The sacred bonds
Ali & Ava by Clio Barnard
Ryūsuke Hamaguchi’s Wheel of Fortune and Fantasy
Belfast by Kenneth Branagh
Abel Ferrara’s zeros and ones

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