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By Ray Pride Pride@moviecitynews.com

Terrence Malick, Man In The Hat… But Not Always

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Now that Terrence Malick has shown his face and sounded his voice in public spaces for Song To Song and Voyage of Time, how many clandestine cameos have been hiding in plain sight?

And, by Mary Ellen Mark, the reverse side of Carly Simon’s 1976 album “Another Passenger,” and an alternate shot with Mr. Malick, whom she references an affair with in her memoir, “Boys in the Trees.”
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“I listened attentively as he talked with the kind of fervid enthusiasm for Che that I secretly hoped he might have an iota of for me, too,” wrote Simon. “Still, Terry and I weren’t the easiest fit.”

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(“Jake”would be Carly Simon lyricist-journalist-screenwriter-communicant Jacob Brackman.)

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