I watch Groundhog Day the same way some people read the Bible. In many ways, movies helped raise me, and became my religion, the tapestry of images I used to understand my world.
JoinedMay 26, 2017
Alex Dabertin is a NYC based writer, director, and actor, though he originally hailed from the great state of Wisconsin. He is currently studying for an MFA in Fiction at Columbia, and he wants nothing more than to be a mix of Bugs Bunny with Humphrey Bogart.
I have begun to suspect that boys who grew up with mothers like mine—or responsible grown men who have made their way through a world inhabited by mothers like mine—have started making movies reflective of that experience.
You can love Martin Scorsese movies for the wrong reasons. The violence, the overt masculinity, the drugs, and the sex...