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September 11, 1988 | SHEILA BENSON
My friend Ernie Fosselius has finally popped his remaining fuse. To anyone who ever worked around him in Marin County--much less anyone who even saw his office--it's been a long time coming. Fosselius, when I knew him, made funny short films.
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September 11, 1988 | SHEILA BENSON
My friend Ernie Fosselius has finally popped his remaining fuse. To anyone who ever worked around him in Marin County--much less anyone who even saw his office--it's been a long time coming. Fosselius, when I knew him, made funny short films.
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May 3, 1991 | MICHAEL WILMINGTON, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Three decades after John Cassavetes' trail-breaking "Shadows" and two decades after Norman Mailer's "Beyond the Law," director/star Rob Nilsson and his company keep alive the idea of group movie improvisations in "Heat and Sunlight" (at the Monica 4-Plex), a day-to-dawn diary of a photographer's disintegrating relationship with a dancer, set in a fascinatingly on-the-edge, aging, hip San Francisco milieu.
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May 30, 2002 | SUSAN KING, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Though the Criterion Collection specializes in thought-provoking DVDs of vintage film, the Illinois-based company on occasion showcases more contemporary films like "Armageddon" and "Rushmore." Criterion now has turned its spotlight on Steven Soderbergh's multi-Oscar-winning "Traffic" ($40) in a special two-disc set that is packed with extras. Based on the 1989 British TV miniseries "Traffik," this complex, multilayered drama from 2000 looks at the dangerous world of drug trafficking.
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July 12, 1987 | SHEILA BENSON
Summertime. Moviegoin' is easy, or so the studios devoutly hope. We have very nearly the full complement of summer movies and once Snow White, Ritchie Valens ("La Bamba"), that dashing new James Bond ("The Living Daylights") and that revenge-bent shark (you need to ask?) arrive, we will have landed the big commercial films of the season, at least through July.
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