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Chilean Director Sebastian Lelio Talks 'A Fantastic Woman,' 'Disobedience'

One of the brightest lights of Chile’s golden generation of filmmakers, Sebastián Lelio emerged into international prominence with his fourth film, 2013’s “Gloria.” This year, he returned to the festival circuit with two films: the Spanish-language “A Fantastic Woman” and “Disobedience,” his English-language debut, with Rachel Weisz and Rachel McAdams. 964 more words


The Lobster

The Lobster is the kind of film that starts with an unbelievable premise but is so well constructed you don’t even question it. In this case the premise is a future where if you aren’t married you are shipped to a resort where you must find a partner or be turned into an animal. 256 more words


My Cousin Rachel

Philip (Sam Claflin), receives distressing news from his cousin and guardian, who adopted him as an orphaned baby. While recovering from an illness in Italy, he met and married a woman and now has regrets. 323 more words


The Lovely Bones

This incredibly long film stuns mostly by not being boring even one moment. And it even stuns more by not being boring without actual ‘quick’ parts. 276 more words


Wind River (USA, 2017)

Directed by: Taylor Sheridan. Not to be confused with WindRiver. This one had barely crossed my radar to be honest, it’s hardly the Movie Event of the summer. 637 more words

Dream House (2011)

When Will (Daniel Craig) decides to quit his job, he and his family move into their ideal home in a quiet New England town. When getting settled in, the family starts to experience strange things happening to them. 573 more words


Rachel Weisz-Rachel McAdams Drama 'Disobedience' Bought by Bleecker Street

Bleecker Street has secured U.S. distribution rights to director Sebastián Lelio’s drama “Disobedience,” starring Rachel Weisz, Rachel McAdams, and Alessandro Nivola.

Based on the book by Naomi Alderman, the film had its world premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival. 235 more words