Stephen Altobelli

Stephen Altobelli (22C) is from Westminster, Massachusetts, majoring in English. He is a resident advisor on the Clairmont campus, an advising fellow with Matriculate and an avid David Lynch fan. In his free time, Altobelli enjoys appreciating art and playing with words. He loves David Bowie and firmly believes that Tilda Swinton should play Bowie in the inevitable biopic. Contact Altobelli at [email protected]

Quarantine Movie Feature

As we all settle in for a few long, lonely weeks, it’s difficult to find something to help pass the time. For those hard at work on a new literary masterpiece — ignore this. For the rest of us, here are a few movie recommendations that go beyond “Outbreak” and “Pandemic.”  This is the first [...]

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The Dark Heart of ‘Apocalypse Now’

Few movies have wormed their way into the American subconscious the way Francis Ford Coppola’s “Apocalypse Now” (1979) has. The movie has been discussed, quoted and parodied to no end, and its seemingly endless number of new cuts (which are matched only by the “Blade Runner” editions in plurality and pointlessness) keep it in the [...]

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