Today at Film Forum: Buster Keaton’s Steamboat Bill, Jr., The Boat, My Wife’s Relations, Daydreams.
This is a stellar selection, folks. Steamboat Bill, Jr. is a classic Keaton film: poor soul in love, trying to get the girl, hit by a hurricane, floods, and even the entire side of a house.
The Boat is – simple & indescribable. It’s the one that clarifies why Beckett loved him so much.
Daydreams & My Wife’s Relations are two top-notch two-reelers, as well.