Roger Ebert

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An interview with a blotto Lee Marvin.

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Extracted from the author’s memoir, Life Itself.

The British satirist Auberon Waugh once wrote a letter to the editor of the Daily Telegraph asking readers to supply information about his life between birth and the present, explaining that he was writing his memoirs and had no memories from those years. I find myself in the opposite position. I remember everything. All my life I've been visited by unexpected flashes of memory unrelated to anything taking place at the moment. These retrieved moments I consider and replace on the shelf.

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On the elegance and utility of the rice cooker. “When I cook,” Ebert writes, “I want to eat in the immediate future.”