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Friday’s Favourite: Tarsem Singh’s The Cell (2000) & The Fall (2006)

I couldn’t decide what was my favourite of Tarsem Singh’s work, it was between The Cell and The Fall. Instead of making life difficult for myself and closely scrutinizing both films in order to make a well researched and informed decision, I decided to write about both. 1,040 more words


Self/less (2015)

Plot: Damian Hale is dying from cancer so he undergoes a medical treatment called “shedding” which means his consciousness is transferred to a healthy body and he can live a new life in that body. 140 more words


Self/less (2015)

A terminally ill property tycoon undergoes a process to transplant his consciousness into a young, healthy body but when he starts to experience memories not his own, he uncovers the dark secret behind the project. 155 more words


Self/less (2015)

An extremely wealthy man, dying from cancer, undergoes a radical medical procedure that transfers his consciousness into the body of a healthy young man. But all is not as it seems when he starts 37 more words


The Fall (2006)

Directed by: Tarsem Singh

Cinematographer: Colin Watkinson

Staring: Lee Pace, Catinca Untaru



The root of the story takes place within the walls of a hospital in 1920 Los Angeles, where the young Alexandria, suffering from a broken arm, befriends Roy Walker, a movie stunt man who’s legs have been paralyzed after a risky stunt fall.  232 more words

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Emerald City (Pilot Review)

Credited as Tarsem Singh’s reimagining of Oz, NBC debuted the pilot episode of Emerald City last Friday night. Today I grabbed some Swedish Fish and watched the streaming version on the network’s website. 636 more words