Elliott Gould (in a dashiki) visits the Athens of the South: a Review of Robert Altman’s NASHVILLE

Director Robert Altman’s first feature was the 1957 shoestring indie The Delinquents, a drive-in moneymaker filmed in his hometown of Kansas City, and his last was the 2006 movie adaptation of a radio program, A Prairie Home Companion. In the early ‘80s he hit a rather severe creative rough stretch, though gradually his artistic touch was regained as he enjoyed a late-career renaissance spanning over a decade.

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Elliott Gould (in a dashiki) visits the Athens of the South: a Review of Robert Altman’s NASHVILLE