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Film #142: My Old Lady (2014)

Director: Israel Horovitz
Languages: English and French
Length: 107 minutes
Watched on: 7 Jan 2014

This was the last film I watched while I still had time to kill on the way back to Japan this January. 418 more words


0265 | Only God Forgives

Films that polarise opinion are always worth watching. When it was screened in competition at Cannes in 2013, Nicolas Winding Refn’s Only God Forgives was attacked with boos and defended with cheers by some audience members, both reactions indicative of the kind of puerile, extreme silliness that regularly threatens to undermine the credibility of this oh-so-serious film festival. 943 more words


"Suite Française" by Irène Némirovsky (2004) - book review

 I think I might get lynched for saying this, but I couldn’t really get along with this book very well at all. I know the personal history is tragic, and it is remarkable that the novel was written during the very period it depicts and that the manuscripts were kept safe and unknown for fifty years before coming to light. 452 more words


Dans la Maison ★★★

Pretentiousness is not always a bad thing in filmmaking, nor is it always a good thing. In the House (Dans la Maison) is a movie about storytelling and therefore an exploration into the meta-subject of the art of cinema. 492 more words


Review – Suite Francaise

Genre: Drama
Certificate: 15
UK Release Date: 13th March 2015
Runtime: 107 minutes
Director: Saul Dibb
Writer: Saul Dibb, Matt Charman
Starring: Michelle Williams, Matthias Schoenaerts, Kristin Scott Thomas, Margot Robbie, Sam Riley, Ruth Wilson  … 560 more words


In the House (2012) Film Review by Gareth Rhodes

In the House (2012) Directed by François Ozon. Fabrice Luchini, Ernst Umhauer and Kristin Scott Thomas.

I feel acutely self-conscious about writing a review for a film that is… 295 more words

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