Sarah Kerr

Sarah Kerr writes for the New York Review of Books and Condé Nast Traveler, among other publications.

Books
March 4 2008 4:15 PMHollywood ArchaeologyWhat five Academy Award contenders can tell us about the '60s.
The Movie Club
Jan. 9 2004 7:50 AMRequiem for Capt. Hook
The Movie Club
Jan. 7 2004 8:19 AMIs Mystic River Overrated?
The Movie Club
Jan. 5 2004 9:26 AMMy Top 10 List*
The Movie Club
Jan. 6 2003 7:13 PMWorking Against Narcissism
The Movie Club
Jan. 2 2003 12:47 PMPayne's "Where's Kilroy?" Relationship to Films
The Movie Club
Jan. 24 2002 8:53 PM
The Movie Club
Jan. 3 2002 2:35 PMThe Cycle of Sin and Redemption
The Movie Club
Jan. 2 2002 11:29 AMBrazen, Rule-Breaking Oddities
The Movie Club
Dec. 21 1999 8:01 PM
Television
Nov. 22 1998 3:30 AMPerfection in JeopardyA remake and a biopic fall short of their originals.
Assessment
Oct. 18 1998 3:30 AMThe Leonard Cohen of World LitJosé Saramago, novelist.
Books
Aug. 19 1998 3:30 AMApocalypse ImminentlyMike Davis' cycle of despair.
The Book Club
Nov. 1 1998 3:30 AMBorges, Moore, and Munro 
Books
May 7 1998 3:30 AMThe ConformistNick Hornby discovers the pleasures of fitting in.
The Movie Club
Jan. 9 2004 8:53 AMThe Last Word on Quentin Tarantino
The Movie Club
Jan. 8 2004 8:57 AMQuentin Tarantino's Celluloid Masturbation
The Movie Club
Jan. 6 2004 10:11 AMSituation Tragedies
The Movie Club
Jan. 7 2003 4:56 PMEnding the Year on a High Note
The Movie Club
Jan. 3 2003 2:36 PMDogs of War
The Movie Club
Dec. 31 2002 3:21 PM"It Was a Very Good Year"
The Movie Club
Jan. 4 2002 1:49 PMRecommended (Foreign) Comedies
The Movie Club
Jan. 3 2002 11:24 AM"Me! Me! Hey—over here—me!"
Culturebox
Nov. 8 2001 3:08 PMRio on the HudsonThe Guggenheim's "Brazil": Fabulous trinkets in search of a map.
Assessment
June 5 1999 3:30 AMJanet MaslinWhy can't the New York Times movie critic tell us what she really thinks?
The Book Club
June 30 1999 12:18 AM
Television
Sept. 2 1998 3:30 AMA Something BurgerFelicity is what Ally McBeal wants to be.
Books
July 22 1998 3:30 AMAutopsy GothicTragic realism, Cornwell style.
Books
June 10 1998 3:30 AMLike Water From a StoneThe secret of this fervently worshiped nonfiction stylist: neurotically withhold.
Books
April 26 1998 3:30 AMRest in PazThe death of a Mexican hero.

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Sept. 23 2014 1:38 PM Why Is Fall Red in America but Yellow in Europe? A possible explanation, 35 million years in the making.
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