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The Sweet Hereafter (1997)

“We’re all citizens of a different town now. A place with its own special rules and its own special laws. A town of people living in the sweet hereafter.” 664 more words


eXistenZ (1999)

CULT – 1

Verdict – 4/5

Pros –

1) Mind-fuck sci-fi thriller with element of body-horror… 40 more words


Cannes Film Review: ‘Plot 35’

Small is rather beautiful, and also deceptively deep, in Eric Caravaca’s family-history documentary “Plot 35.” Across its slender 65-minute running time it packs the emotional resonance of many a longer feature, if only because, as much as it does describe an arc of change (by its close, there is a photograph on a gravestone where previously there was a gaping absence), it also understands that not all questions have satisfactory answers, and no matter how directly we confront our loved ones, they are their own people, and their secrets belong to them. 579 more words


"Away from her" movie review

“Away from Her” is Sarah Polley’s feature-length directorial debut. Although she isn’t new in cinema industry as she’s been acting at the age of four, she started her directing career in 1999 where she made short films. 2,004 more words


Mr. Nobody (2009)

A boy stands on a station platform as a train is about to leave. Should he go with his mother or stay with his father? Infinite possibilities arise from this decision. 30 more words


Alias Grace | Teaser

Alias Grace, the six-part mini-series being made for CBC Canada and Netflix has its first teaser. Alias Grace is first set to debut for CBC on September 25th, 2017 before making it way to Netflix. 51 more words



Go is a dramedy about young people making a series of bad choices, mostly involving drugs, but also sex, guns, money, and more. Mostly they are the sort of dumb decisions that are a product of youth and inexperience (albeit exaggerated for the sake of having more action and humor in the movie), the kinds of things that are sort of a part of growing up, that hopefully one will grow out of before they do irreversible damage (which, alas, is not always possible, especially if one is of a race, socioeconomic class, etc. 1,244 more words