From: Jim Flannery (email suppressed)
Date: Mon Dec 22 2008 - 13:40:08 PST
Monday, December 22, 2008, 9:12:30 AM, one spoke:
G> I'm still searching for a film made in the sixties that contains
G> a scene about the Los Angeles Free Press. I thought it was Demy's
G> Model Shop but it's not. A friend thinks the director was a French
G> woman, and that the word "L.A." might be in the title. In the film,
G> two French guys arrive LA. They go to a house in Malibu. One of
G> them says, "Are you sure it was wise to come to LA now? Look at
G> this!" He tosses the Free Press on the coffee table and there's a
G> shot of the front page, including the logo Free Press, with the
G> headline "APOCALYPSE" and a Ron Cobb cartoon of a leveled Los
G> Angeles. One of the characters says, "It looks like California's
G> going to sink into the sea."
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