“I’ve lived a number of lives. I’m inclined to envy the man who leads one life, with one job, and one wife, in one country, under one God. It may not be a very exciting existence, but at least by the time he’s 73 he knows how old he is.” – John Huston
In the annals of American cinema, few names are more revered than John Huston. Since his death in 1987, his reputation has risen to almost mythical status. Several of his early collaborations with Humphrey Bogart are regarded as the finest films of their time, and are often discussed in film history classes right here at Concordia.
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