David Thomson, author of more than thirty books, including the landmark “Biographical Dictionary of Film,” has a new work out that would be great for lovers of movies.
In “How to Watch a Movie” (Knopf, $24.95), Thomson delivers keen analysis of films from “Psycho” and “Citizen Kane” to “12 Years a Slave” and “All is Lost,” revealing how to more deeply appreciate both the artistry and manipulation of film, and how watching movies approaches something like watching life itself.
If you’d like to win our copy of “How to Watch a Movie,” send an email to email@example.com by midnight on Sunday (Nov. 22) and include your mailing address. Please put “Watch” in the subject line to be included in the random drawing.
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