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The Salt of the Earth (What is grief? What is resilience?)

When events of uncaring disconnection (from fellow human beings, from history) happen—when people pull others into their pain, insecurities, and fear, as I believe is the case most of the time—the consequences turn into the greatest crises we see—terrorism, unjust laws and systematic practices, murder, genocide, everyday hatred, etc. 377 more words


Lightning Over Water (1980)

This is not a review.

A film is an odd thing. A bunch of people gather around a camera and capture something they know isn’t real. 321 more words


Wings of Desire (1987)

This is not a review.

My god she’s a beauty. By god she is beauty.

I say this in reference to Solveig Dommartin.

Back to Wim Wenders’ film. 282 more words


Movie Reviews 06/24/5

A Most Violent Year (dir. JC Chandor, 2014)

Nothing tickles my fancy more than a good film that puts a noble man on the verge of moral corruption on center stage. 1,020 more words

Movie Reviews

Three scenes from Wings of Desire

Der Himmel über Berlin (Wings of Desire), directed by Wim Wenders, 1987.


The Salt Of The Earth

I was looking forward to see this movie for a long time and this morning I finally was able to watch it.

This film, ‘ 378 more words