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22nd Raindance Film Festival: In The Sands of Babylon Review

Raindance Film Festival, now in its 22nd year, has always had a strong legacy of showing independent films and uncovering talented filmmakers. This year’s festival brought various interesting films from all over the world, films you are unlikely to see elsewhere. 764 more words


Turtles Can Fly: Painting a Melancholy Picture

Rows of tents on a long stretch of barren land, faint sounds of blast can be heard periodically, a certain kind of sullenness fills the air and there are children to be seen who are orphans, some wise and some even wiser. 474 more words


Magic in the Moonlight

Synopsis: Set in the 1920s on the opulent Riviera in the south of France, Woody Allen’s MAGIC IN THE MOONLIGHT is a romantic comedy about a master magician (Colin Firth) trying to expose a psychic medium (Emma Stone) as a fake. 901 more words


And the beat goes on...

Over the weekend our pet therapy group with both volunteers and their dogs met for the annual award/potluck get-together.  When we visit patients, we’re work alone so it’s always great fun to see everyone together with their dogs, compare notes & hear about their experiences. 598 more words


Day 11: El orfanato (2007)

: Laura (Belén Rueda) moves back into her childhood home with her husband and adopted son. A former orphanage, Laura decides to reopen it as a home for disabled children. 132 more words


Foreign Language Only Month: Week 2 Recap

Foreign films are your friends. No, really! There seem to be negative thoughts on foreign films in general, or any movie that involves subtitles for its entire duration. 665 more words

30 Day Challenge

Sale comme un ange

Synopsis: Georges Deblache is a middle aged cop who falls for his partner’s wife. Didier, his partner, is only recently married, but beds women he encounters while doing his job. 992 more words