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Thespian Thursday: Aimée and Jaguar

Several years ago, when I was still figuring myself out, I went through a phase in which I only watched films featuring F/F romances. One, in particular, stuck with me, in the way that films that truly mean something do. 170 more words


J-Horror: The Beginners Guide

Anyone that knows me is probably sick of me talking about Japanese Horror films by now but I do so for a good reason! If you’ve kept up to date with my work… 2,894 more words


Ida (2013)

Directed by Pawel Pawlikowski

There is a lot of time to roam in Ida but not much space to do it.  The film (only 80 minutes in length) takes its time telling a story someone else might tell in half the time.   902 more words

Love (Film) Review

Love: or What the fuck did you expect, Murphy?

This week’s pick has a very high opinion of itself which at least makes one of us. 759 more words

The Movies

Sydney Film Festival 2018: Day 1

Thursday 7th June 2018

No Date, No Signature, 2017, dir. Vahid Jalilvand (Iran)

This film is the story of a forensic pathologist, Dr Nariman (Amir Aghaee), in Iran who one night accidentally knocks a family off their bike. 956 more words



… and good morning to you! Well, if it’s still possible to call this a morning… Right now I’m sitting in my bed with our Geneva next to me, blasting Bossa Nova. 537 more words

1001 Movies: Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon

In Ang Lee’s visual masterpiece famed warrior Li Mu Bai (Chow Yun-Fat) is charged with finding the stolen Green Destiny; a treasured sword which has been stolen by his nemesis… 340 more words

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