J.M. Tyree is non-fiction editor of New England Review and author of Vanishing Streets: Journeys in London (2016) and of the BFI Film Classic on Salesman (2012). Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.
...Ethan and Joel Coen's The Big Lebowski was released in 1998 to general bafflement. A decade on, it had become a cult classic and remains so over 20 years later, inspiring a thriving circuit of ‘Lebowski Fests’ during which costumed devotees...
... ethos, the Maysles brothers and Zwerin produced a carefully-orchestrated narrative drama fashioned from unexpected episodes. J.M.Tyree suggests that Salesman can be understood as a case study of non-fiction cinema, raising perennial...
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