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10 Movies You Need To See Twice To Understand

“Ever walked away from a film feeling completely discombobulated by your viewing experience? We all enjoy linear movies, but every now and again we’re taken off guard by a completely ambiguous, inscrutable flick that leaves us scratching our heads. 36 more words

Film Musings

Death is the Road to Awe

I just got around to watching The Fountain after several people insisted I see it. Aronofsky is also the director of Pi, which I thought was heavy-handed, and Noah, which I thought was well realized but not an occult film. 1,545 more words


The Fountain

Stumbled across this “recut” version of The Fountain1. Obviously, see the original first. It’s one of my favorites, and also happens to have a great soundtrack… 25 more words


More Movie Reviews #5 - Woman in Gold, Horns and More

Welcome to a More Movie Reviews number 5! This month I review, Horns, Woman in Gold, The Fountain, The Skelton Twins and They Came Together. 55 more words


Shakespeare in the Experimental Theatre at San Diego State University

On Thursday, April 29th at San Diego State University, the Theater Film and Media department put on a very interesting show. They did important scenes from many Shakespeare plays, including… 479 more words

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"Schizo": A Story of Mental Illness and Hope

High School was hard enough, but can you imagine trying to go through it with Schizophrenia and the tragic disappearance of your younger brother on your shoulders? 679 more words


Interview with Leah Scheier, author of "Your Voice Is All I Hear"

Leah Scheier is the author of Secret Letters and the upcoming novel Your Voice Is All I Hear, available on September 1, 2015. Leah has been writing throughout her life but has also pursued a career in pediatrics. 1,007 more words