Film Critic Anthony Lane on the Vanishing Subject

Cover Story

Saturday, September 21, 2002

Kurt Andersen and film critic Anthony Lane talk about the vanishing subject — art that forces us to fill in the blanks.

Lane is the film critic for The New Yorker. He was previously the Deputy Literary Editor and the film critic at the Independent in London. A collection of his New Yorker reviews, Nobody's Perfect, was published this month. 


Anthony Lane

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