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Movie Review: Berlin Syndrome

Who knew that jumping into the sack with a complete stranger could be dangerous? That’s what Aussie backpacker, Clare (Australian actress Teresa Palmer, looking a lot like Kristen Stewart with her auburn-dyed locks, … 694 more words


5 reasons to see: Berlin Syndrome

Every girl’s worst nightmare – brought to unmissable, feature-length life. 925 more words


It’s the spring of 1945: Hitler is dead, the concentration camps have been freed. Germany is occupied by Allied Forces. A fourteen year-girl called Hannelore, nicknamed Lore, leads four younger siblings straight through the destroyed country. 1,056 more words

Cinematography: Lore (2012)

Lore (2012), Director: Cate Shortland, DP: Adam Arkapaw


#1: Lore (2012)


 Now where do I begin? The stunning visual storytelling of Australian director Cate Shortland, or the graceful camerawork of Adam Arkapaw, or the beautifully humane performance of Saskia Rosendahl, and let’s not forget Max Richter’s haunting soundtrack. 482 more words



“…the palpable sense of tension and desperation that builds so ominously, is expertly enhanced by Bryony Marks’ sparingly applied, rather eerie soundtrack.”

Wayward Wolf.

Almost all of the feedback that I’ve heard since seeing Cate Shortland’s… 676 more words