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Happy July 28th! Peruvian Movies on Netflix

July 28th? Yup. July 28th. Otherwise known as Peruvian Independence Day. It’s been a little over two years since I moved to the U.S., so in view that I can’t spend the holiday with my countrymen (and countrywomen?), I decided to check out some Peruvian movies. 721 more words

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Yella (Christian Petzold, 2007)

Tôi nằm mơ. Nơi bình yên chim hót.

Tiếng chim hót. Tiếng những luồng gió lùa vào tán lá, âm thanh xào xạc.

Tôi nằm bất động, trong cơn ngủ say hay mê sảng. 834 more words

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The Way He Looks (Daniel Ribeiro, 2014)

Nếu như tôi bị mù, cách duy nhất là tôi tưởng tượng ra mọi thứ. Nếu tôi không bị mù, tôi thích nhìn hơn là đọc. 1,229 more words

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Thailand's Apichatpong Weerasethakul Backed by Berlin's World Cinema Fund

HONG KONG – “Cemetery of Kings,” the latest project by Thailand’s former Palme d’Or winner Apichatpong Weerasethakul (“Uncle Boonmee Who Can’t Recall His Past Lives”) will receive production funding from the Berlin Festival’s World Cinema Fund. 175 more words

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Black Coal, Thin Ice

I have now seen all the Sydney Film Festival competition films that I am going to see this time around, and I have made a fair effort to see as many as possible, including: Diao Yinan’s intriguing “Black Coal, Thin Ice” (China), Kasimir Burgess’ tender “Fell” (Australia), Shahram Mokri’s experimental “Fish & Cat” (Iran), Guillaume Nicloux’s wry “The Kidnapping of Michel Houellebecq” (France), Steven Knight’s conceptually clever “Locke” (UK), David Michod’s bleak “The Rover” (Australia), Amiel Courtin-Wilson and Michael Cody’s sensuous “Ruin” (Australia), Bong Joon-Ho’s absurd “Snowpiercer” (South Korea), and the Dardenne brothers’ poignant “Two Days, One Night” (Belgium). 669 more words

Film Review: 'Master of the Universe'

Forget “Wall Street” and the “Wolf” thereof: Rainer Voss is the real deal, just as chilling but not so funny. The former investment banker is interviewed at length in Marc Bauder’s riveting docu “Master of the Universe,” shot in the emptied rooms of a defunct financial institution that stands as physical testimony to the unbridled hubris to which Voss, like an addict, hitched his career. 676 more words

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A Separation/Jodaeiye Nader az Simin (2011/Iran)

A Separation adalah sebuah bukti bahwa film yang berkualitas tidak hanya mampu dicetak oleh sutradara asal Amerika Serikat atau Eropa saja. Ya, beberapa kali sineas asal Asia seperti dari Jepang atau Cina juga pernah meraih keberhasilan, tapi Iran? 325 more words

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