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Fantasia Festival: Catch Me Daddy [Review]

Catch Me Daddy

A directorial debut by Daniel Wolfe, written alongside his brother Matthew, Catch Me Daddy follows Laila (Sameena Jabeen Ahmed), a Pakistani girl who leads a simple life with her white Scottish boyfriend, Aaron (Connor McCarron). 186 more words

Movie Review

Kinky Boots

In this The Full Monty-style British comedy, a female impersonator befriends a small business owner who makes shoes, and uses his/her savvy and fashion sense to save his failing business. 349 more words


Case study 3- British independent movie- Pride

Pride is a movie about UK gay activists that are working to help miners during their strike of the national union of mine workers. Set in the summer of 1984. 279 more words

Institutions And Audiences

Distant Voices, Still Lives

In order to create the desired atmosphere—drab, working class England of the 1940s and 1950s—Distant Voices, Still Lives is shot in a kind of muted color, with every day seemingly overcast. 1,308 more words


Breakfast on Pluto

I’m struck by how both lightweight and dull Breakfast on Pluto is, when I could so easily imagine it being neither.

It’s the story of a transgendered man, coming of age in Ireland during the turmoil and terrorism of the IRA campaign against the British occupation. 660 more words



I’ve seen this British movie described as a horror movie, but it’s probably more like 70% fantasy and 30% horror.

On the other hand, if you call it a fantasy movie, then especially given that the main characters are children, you’d probably think of a kids movie—some kind of Harry Potter thing, talking animals, whatever. 880 more words


The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel

“Initially you’re overwhelmed. But gradually you realize it’s like a wave.

Resist, and you’ll be knocked over.

Dive into it, and you’ll swim out the other side”

Quotes And Excerpts