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The Last Jews of Libya [subtitled in part]

The Last Jews of Libya, which is fifty minutes long, is of a personal history style. It consists of on-camera interviews with surviving members of a Jewish family talking about the recent history of the family, supplemented by photos and film clips of their life and times, as well as readings from the memoirs of a no longer living family member. 1,310 more words

Short Film

Throwback Trailer: Blue Velvet (1986)

The discovery of a severed human ear found in a field leads a young man on an investigation related to a beautiful, mysterious nightclub singer and a group of criminals who have kidnapped her child.

Throwback Trailer

Enemy (2013)

As beautiful as it is bizarre, as riveting as it is mystifying, as perplexing as it is symbolic, as surreal as it is cryptic & as ambitious as it is challenging, Enemy is one of the boldest & thought-provoking works of the year that keeps asking for your attention at all times, provides subtle clues in almost every sequence & still manages to leave you puzzled in the end. 727 more words

Film Review


I was at the Café Genie
Late at night one Halloweeny
When over at a table teeny
I spied Izzy Rossellini
And her pal Rico Fellini… 200 more words

Word Doodles Galore

Green Porno: Firefly, Dragonfly & Spider

This is four minutes of Isabella Rossellini dressed up in costumes as a (always male, interestingly) firefly, dragonfly and spider, describing how those species mate. 55 more words

Short Film

Cerebral Movies: Enemy

Enemy, based on the novel The Double by José Saramago, stars Jake Gyllenhaal in a dual role as Adam and Anthony. It is a cerebral movie in that not much is explained. 302 more words

DVD Reviews

Blue Velvet - Required Viewing

The Wiki:

Blue Velvet is a 1986 American mystery film written and directed by David Lynch. The movie exhibits elements of both film noir and surrealism. 408 more words