Films byTexts by Howard Hawks
Howard Hawks, 1953, 91’

Showgirls Lorelei Lee and Dorothy Shaw travel to Paris, pursued by a private detective hired by the suspicious father of Lorelei's fiancé, as well as a rich, enamored old man and many other doting admirers.


“The greatest of all American artists.”

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Hatari! is an enormous film, one which is only saved from its monstrosity by the incredible intelligence of its director. It is a summation in which all the aspects of cinema are stirred together, amalgamated. The labyrinthine complexity of its construction is dizzying. Watching it can only put one off, or leave them wiped out.

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Hatari ! (Howard Hawks, 1962) est un film énorme, que seule l’incroyable intelligence de son réalisateur parvient à sauver de la monstruosité. C’est une somme où tous les aspects du cinéma sont brassés, amalgamés. La complexité labyrinthale de sa construction donne le vertige. Sa vision ne peut que rebuter ou laisser anéanti.

Howard Hawks, 1948, 133’

“There is a constant illusion that you are watching an extraordinary effort to get cattle across a certain immense expanse of difficult and threatening country, that you are learning a lot about how such a job feels and gets done, and that the perpetually wrangling players are important not so mu

Howard Hawks, 1946, 116’

Vivian: You’ve forgotten one thing – me.

Philip Marlowe: What’s wrong with you?

Vivian: Nothing you can’t fix.