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"See You in the Dark" is an anthology of Mr. Ford's best film reviews from 1994 to 2014. They were originally published in a variety of periodicals including the "Open Forum," "River's Edge," and "Prairie Independent" and the daily newspaper the "Bismarck Tribune." These reviews are interwoven with the story of Mr. Ford's relationships with these publications and, as a former Southern California and Seattle boy, life in North Dakota in general; colorful anecdotes; and mentions of how his opinions about these films have evolved. This book is recommended for anyone interested in a ground-level view of a working film critic or anyone simply interested in a personal and insightful take on the world of cinema.
About the Author
Todd has spent his adult life in search of the perfect film and so far feels the best candidate is Yasujiro Ozu's "Tokyo Story." His passion for cinema began with an introduction to film studies course while attending the University of California at Santa Barbara. Since moving to North Dakota in 1994, he has written regular film reviews for publications including the "Bismarck Tribune" and the "Prairie Independent." He is on the board of directors and film selection committee for the Cinema 100 Film Society. He lives with his wife, two daughters, and several cats and a dog in Mandan, ND.