Alfred A. Knopf gets into the knitting game.
By Jason Diamond There is hardly any film director that I have tried to force myself to like as much as Robert Altman. I’ve seen MASH twice, and couldn’t get into it; fallen asleep attempting to get into Nashville, and honestly, basing a film off anything Garrison Keillor-related makes me cringe a little bit, so I skipped his final piece of work. But then something changed when I saw his 1973 adaption of Raymond Chandler’s novel, The Long Goodbye. It […]