TOERIFC: Someone to Love (1987)


By Marilyn Ferdinand

Philosophy, sophistry, symbolism, and 1980s fashion disaster. Henry Jaglom’s Someone to Love’s got it all and Orson Welles, too. Join The Oldest Established Really Important Film Club Wednesday, June 17, over at Flickhead as we take up the middle film of Henry Jaglom’s navel-gazing trilogy starring himself and all his friends. Don’t worry if you haven’t seen the film; you can’t be any more confused about it than I am. l

  • Flickhead spoke:
    17th/06/2009 to 7:03 am


  • Greg spoke:
    18th/06/2009 to 12:19 pm

    I’m going to have you start writing my TOERIFC announcements the day of discussion.
    Or I’ll just copy the ones you use here.

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