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Moving pictures, #41

Despite a weekend away at Bloodstock, I managed to keep to my somewhat heavy schedule of film-watching; although, once again, most of the movies below are not from the 1001 Movies You Must See Before You Die list (only one is, in fact). 1,782 more words


Moving pictures, #38

Wa-hey, I did it! An entire Moving pictures post without a single US film. Which is not say I watched zero US films during the period, just that they were so shit they weren’t worth documenting (and, to be honest, there were only one or two of them). 2,611 more words


Moving pictures, #37

I’m still working toward my entirely USA-free Moving picture post, but I’m not quite there yet…

Sicario, Denis Villeneuve (2015, USA). I’d heard many good things about this film, although these days that doesn’t really give you any real indication of what to expect. 2,586 more words


Screening & interaction/ Going Home/ Jayesh Akhargekar

Jayesh Akhargekar, to capture shades of human emotions through cinema joined Satyajit Ray Film & Television Institute – SRFTI, Kolkata, Kolkata completing post graduation in Cinema (Direction & Screenplay Writing) at the institute in 2015 and Documentary direction from VGIK, Russian State University of Cinematography, Moscow. 52 more words

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Three Colours: Blue

Dir: Krzysztof Kieslowski (1993)
with Juliette Binoche

It begins with a woman taking back control of her life and ends with a song for the unification of Europe. 1,315 more words


The Double Life of Véronique (1991)

Director: Krzysztof Kieślowski; Cast: Irène Jacob, Philippe Volter, Sandrine Dumas, Aleksander Bardini, Louis Ducreux, Claude Duneton, Halina Gryglaszewska, Kalina Jędrusik

The Double Life of Véronique is a contemplative postmodern drama about two seemingly identical women who share an inexplicable physical and emotional connection through their love of music. 53 more words


Trois Couleurs: Rouge (1994)

France/Poland/Switzerland 99m, Colour
Director: Krzysztof Kieślowski; Cast: Irène Jacob, Jean-Louis Trintignant, Jean-Pierre Lorit, Frederique Feder

The final film of Kieślowski’s meticulous Three Colours Trilogy, Rouge is a story which brings the lives of unconnected characters together in unusual and unexpected ways. 76 more words