At the forefront of the American New Wave, Bruce Dern and Karen Black carved out careers as intrepid character actors. Their penchant for risk-taking paid off in some of the most eccentric performances of the era.
Both the subjects of their own BAMcinématek retrospectives, Dern and Black light up the screen together in three gems from the 1970s.
Hoop dreams bump up against 70s disillusionment in Jack Nicholson’s directorial debut.
The master’s final film is an intricate, savory dual narrative about two couples.
Coppola scripted this adaptation, capturing the Jazz Age in sumptuous period detail.