Movie Comment: I didn't expect to think much about Camille Claudel after 1990. Then Charles Schulz used it as an example of his non-comics intellectual interests. And last week it snagged the angora-sweater-like attention of that Sweetheart of the Internet, metascene.
But the weird thing is -- well, maybe not that weird. For years now, the only decent original feature in the East Bay Express has been a little four or five line piece of filler called "Overheard," which reports audience comments during and after a movie.
Anyway, all I remember about Camille Claudel are two overheard comments:
"Don't hit the chicken with a stick! Ha ha ha ha!"
"Who's Victor Hugo?"
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