‘One Day Since Yesterday: Peter Bogdanovich & The Lost American Film’: Venice Review
How fitting that 32 years after the Venice Film Festival opened with They All Laughed , Peter Bogdanovich ’s swirling love letter to love and to New York City, the director is back on the Lido as the subject of a documentary focusing on that long-overlooked romantic caper comedy and its turbulent back story. This is engrossing material, and its specificity alone makes One Day Since Yesterday worth watching. But while there’s no doubting director Bill Teck ’s passion for the project, his inexperience as a filmmaker shows in the disorganized, technically rough study, which outstays its usefulness by a good half-hour, loitering over ground already covered.
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