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Movie Review: Black Coal, Thin Ice (白日焰火)

I learned something new today. Film festival juries are not impartial.

I just attended a private screening of the new Chinese film, BLACK COAL, THIN ICE. 569 more words


the blury History of Fear

The history of Fear seems a bit unclear to me, a re-watch might be necessary to clarify many things, but will I be motivated enough to watch the film again ?


Things People Do Review

Nothing stays buried. Family secrets about a dead relative can’t be kept from the kids. Uncomfortable facts about a husband’s ability to provide are discovered by the wife. 499 more words


The Galapagos Affair: Satan Came to Eden Review

If hell is other people, then paradise is the place without neighbors – or so it seemed to Dr. Friedrich Ritter and his patient and lover, Dore Strauch, who together abandoned Berlin, Germany, and their respective spouses in 1929 and settled on the uninhabited island of Floreana in the Galapagos Islands. 549 more words


To Mikro Psari (Stratos) Review

For all those who have been asking, “When is there ever going to be a Greek version of Leon: The Professional?” please take note. Your wait is over. 490 more words