Looking back on the making of Sam, Bill, and Neal.
Tag: oral history
“'You have to understand: This is not your husband anymore, not a beloved person, but a radioactive object with a strong density of poisoning. You’re not suicidal. Get a hold of yourself.' And I was like someone who’d lost her mind: 'But I love him! I love him!' He’s sleeping, and I’m whispering: 'I love you!' Walking in the hospital courtyard, 'I love you.' Carrying his sanitary tray, 'I love you.'”
Excerpted from Voices from Chernobyl: The Oral History of a Nuclear Disaster.
The making and near unmaking of Paul Thomas Anderson’s breakout film.
Remembering the indie rock club that The New York Times once said was “so New York that it’s in New Jersey.”
A pivotal Civil Rights rally recalled, 50 years later.