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The Latest Trailer For 'Loving' Will Move You Instantly - Trailer Review

From the acclaimed director of Mud and Midnight Special, Jeff Nichols has thrown his name into the Oscar contention early on with his latest film  228 more words


Bitter cherries

What follows is not a review but an attempt to answer a question. Abbas Kiarostami’s A Taste of Cherrywas first released in 1997 (coincidentally the year I was born) and won the Palme d’Or at Cannes the same year. 1,046 more words



2003; written and directed by Gus Van Sant; 81 mins

“Firecrackers!” That seems to be the recurring motif in these scenarios. Many a time, one reads of witnesses describing the sound of firecrackers nearby in the initial shots of a horrific domestic massacre. 481 more words



2016; directed by Ken Loach; written by Paul Laverty; 100 mins

I really don’t know how to start this review. Do I start with a political rant? 1,217 more words


God and Death in The Seventh Seal

        “I want to ask him about God. He must know. He if anyone.” Says Knight Antonius Block (Max Von Sydow) in his search for God, to restore or eliminate what little faith remains in him after witnessing the miseries, cruelty of men and the silence of God. 1,184 more words

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Emotions in The Son's Room

         Both the healer and the healed have at least one thing in common between them: both have a multitude of emotions inside them. Giovanni (Nanni) Moretti’s… 862 more words

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Cannes 2016: I, Daniel Blake

I covered Cannes Film Festival this year and I will be posting my reviews on here daily. My pieces are on a website known as The Upcoming, and have been published in something called Swipe magazine. 380 more words