Watching movies in a difficult year
December 2, 2004 1:18 PM Subscribe
On the meaning of life... and movies: The radiation made it difficult for me to handle solid food, and I existed on a product named Ensure, which kept everything humming along. Very early on the first morning in Cannes I woke early, as I always do, and wandered, as I always do, down to the all-night cafe by the port, and ordered, as I always do, a croissant and cafe au lait. I dunked the croissant into the coffee, as I always do, and ate it, and that was the beginning of real food again.Roger Ebert
describes his battles with cancer--and his love of movies--in the introduction to his 2005 Movie Yearbook.
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