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Who Should Direct the Next 'Fifty Shades of Grey' Movie?

Say what you will about Fifty Shades of Grey, the movie — but it was, at the very least, a more competently made endeavor than… 783 more words

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Spectatorship, Suffering & Haneke's Caché

This was my essay submission for the film studies course ‘Screening the Present’ as a part of my Masters programme at the London School of Economics and Political Science in the academic year 2013-14. 4,488 more words

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Despair, Suicide and Nihilism: Artifacts from The Seventh Continent

Last year I was going out for a family dinner at a local restaurant for my dad’s birthday. As we approached the restaurant in preparation of our celebration, we found the road was blocked off by police cars. 1,088 more words

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Our Children [A Perdre la Raison] (2012)

★★★★★


Belgium / France. Directed by Joachim Lafosse / Screenplay by Joachim Lafosse, Mattieu Reynaert and Thomas Bidegain / Cinematography by Jean-Francois Hensgens / Edited by Sophie Vercruysse / Production design by Ann Falgueres. 2,331 more words

What I've Been Watching

Hidden (2005), Michael Haneke

A multi-layered parable dressed as a thriller, Michael Haneke’s 2005 Hidden, delves into the historical subconscious of the European colonizer, swims at the bottom of media manipulation, and when it comes up for air, with blood in its teeth, it does not offer any answers. 805 more words
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Les Films du Losange Boards Wrong Men's 'Prejudice'

PARIS– Les Films du Losange, the Paris-based company behind Michael Haneke’s “Amour,” has boarded “Prejudice,” the feature debut of Belgian filmmaker Antoine Cuypers.

“Prejudice” is one of the projects developed and produced by Benoît Roland’s Wrong Men, a Brussels-based, up-and-coming outfit that aims at supporting emerging Belgian talent and producing local movies for the international market. 273 more words

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