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The Fall, 2006

Tarsem Singh’s second feature, The Fall (2006), is the third of his films I’ve seen to date and it is undoubtedly the best. While I love… 480 more words

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The Program (2015, Stephen Frears)

The Program does not tell a particularly filmic story. It doesn’t have a rewarding dramatic arc. Telling the story of disgraced cyclist Lance Armstrong, with Ben Foster in the role–and as the film’s main character–does not offer many moments of joy. 604 more words

Drama

Blast From The Fantasy Comedy Past -Pushing Daisies via @stacyamiller85 @leepace

There are many shows that were cancelled before their time. Such was the case with the quirky fantasy comedy Pushing Daisies. 317 more words

TV Shows

Being followed (part 48)

Author’s Note: Last chapter. Thanks for reading.

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Chapter 48

The police outside shout in their headphone a few times. Inside the room, Lee is just calm but he knew there was no way out. 692 more words

Long Reads

Landscapes in Cinema

When I think of landscapes in films I automatically think of Tarsem Singh‘s The Fall.

While the characters real world is very closed off, the hospital and the surrounding woods are quite restricting locations. 345 more words

Screen + Sound