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2017 Movie #113: The Weight of Water (2000)

A movie being slow isn’t always a problem, but The Weight of Water isn’t just slow – it’s ponderous and boring in the worst ways, filled with pretention and unearned weight. 84 more words

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Talking Stories, Engaging Debates: An Essay by Sarah Polley

Among the very necessary debates and amidst the range of fallout that mediamakers have seen and are still to see from the New York Times investigative report on Harvey Weinstein and his subsequent fall from power as a movie studio executive, media students, educators, and professionals must sift through many perspectives and viewpoints.  57 more words

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Sarah Polley: The Men You Meet Making Movies by SARAH POLLEY

I loved acting. But I didn’t realize what it was to be taken seriously until I began directing.. via NYT Opinion http://nyti.ms/2gFeCDY

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Sarah Polley Slams Harvey Weinstein As "Festering Pustule In A Diseased Industry"

Acclaimed director Sarah Polley is the latest woman to come forward to share her story about an interaction with Harvey Weinstein. The Away From Her… 548 more words

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Road to Avonlea Review: Fathers and Sons

“You’re only young once. And you’re old for a long time.”

Episode Summary: Almost unexpectedly, Felix has become an adept and dedicated worker for the White Sands Hotel, much to the chagrin of his father, who would prefer Felix to focus more of his energy on the farm, especially since, according to tradition, Felix is supposed to inherit the farm. 1,017 more words

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Terry's Picks: Ambitious Woman, Big Inspiration, Sarah Polley

Ambitious Woman: Reese Witherspoon wants to change the idea that a woman with ambition is only out for herself.

Big Inspiration: Check out Time’s “ 55 more words

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