Cinema: Almost Making It

On those few occasions when people under 30 are not watching movies, they are probably off making them. At universities all over the country, gymnasiums have been converted into sound stages, classrooms into editing cubbies. Although most student efforts are not good enough for general distribution, an occasional film is given a limited commercial run. A current example is a feature called Who's That Knocking at My Door?, made over a period of two years at New York University by Martin Scorsese, 26, a graduate student. The film's several weaknesses and excesses prevent it from being totally successful. But it introduces...

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