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Film Review: Wish You Were Here

This award-winning Australian film is vibrant, well-crafted, and skillfully acted, and it adeptly draws viewers into the protagonist’s  mounting paranoia and terror.


This review was originally published on another blog July 7, 2014; edited & reposted July 14, 2015. 318 more words

Film Reviews

Comedy, Awkwardness and Wish You Were Here, the film!

We’ve got comedy, we’ve got awkward adolescent moments, we got yer hypotheticals and, oh, so much more!

Comedian and author, Margot Leitman joins us to talk about her new book “Gawky: Tales of an Extra Long Awkward Phase.” 153 more words

Inside The Lady Brain

On Marriage and Mystery: Joel Edgerton and Felicity Price WISH YOU WERE HERE

Outside the window, white flakes keep falling, a snow day at the Sundance Film Festival, but inside this bar on Main Street, actor Joel Edgerton and screenwriter/actress Felicity Price’s thoughts are on Cambodia and their home base Australia, the locations of Wish You Were Here. 730 more words


Movie Blog: 'Wish You Were Here' Review

Uncertainty, or the feeling of it, is the central force in Wish You Were Here. The movie wants you to constantly question whether or not its main man (Joel Edgerton) is a villain…or just a guy who makes exceptionally dumb decisions. 476 more words


“Wish You Were Here” by Kieran Darcy-Smith

Four friends go on a trip, only three come back. But one of them knows more than he says, more of what happened on that fateful night under a full moon in Cambodia. 231 more words


Head over heels – New Zealand e-book month

Rushing from one crisis to another, Penny Rushmore has a name to live up to, coping with a demanding job and still adapting to life without her husband Steve. 157 more words

New Zealand

To write/direct or; not to write/direct…

I was at the Flickerlab in Bondi a couple of weeks back (which was fantastic by the way) and we were being addressed by several writers who also direct/act (Andrew Trauki , Elissa Down & Felicity Price) and there was also a slew of directors at a later session (Jennifer Kent and Cameron & Colin Cairns, also writer/directors). 408 more words

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