Review: “The Scarlett Empress” Benefits From Dietrich’s Star Power While Others Flounder

Due to the wooden acting there is little narrative urgency which leads to an indifference and disinterest...
Posted On 14 Sep 2019

Review: “The Devil Is A Woman” – An Admirable Closing Salvo For The Dietrich/Von Sternberg Oeuvre

Told in flashback it paints Dietrich as the ultimate temptress as her charms both obvious and otherwise have men committing cardinal sins...
Posted On 14 Sep 2019

Review: Marlene Dietrich Is In Complete Control Of Her Gifts In “Shanghai Express”

Shanghai Express feels fully realised rather than merely being a veiled star vehicle for Dietrich..,
Posted On 23 Aug 2019

Review: Dietrich Remains Effortlessly Riveting In “Dishonored”

Dishonored tells a simple story without flair or distraction, while Dietrich remains effortlessly riveting...
Posted On 23 Aug 2019