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I wonder how many people in my life know that they have been turned into poetry; tucked into the corners of my heart and flower-pressed into the pages of my diary. 199 more words

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Wonderstruck

It is hard to imagine anybody other than Todd Haynes bringing this work to the screen and we should be very thankful that he did. Adapted by Brian Selznick from his own book, … 618 more words

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Wonderstruck Will Take You On Magical Journey This Winter

Two years after Carol, Todd Haynes returns to official competition under the banner of Amazon Studios with Wonderstruck, or The Museum of Wonders, adaptation of Brian Selznick’s novel ( 634 more words

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[Bede's MIFF 2017 Audio Reviews #15] Wonderstruck and The Killing Of A Sacred Deer

WONDERSTRUCK and THE KILLING OF A SACRED DEER

Welcome to the 15th edition of my 2017 Melbourne International Film Festival (a.k.a. MIFF) audio reviews. In the one, I share my thoughts on director Todd Haynes’ latest the period coming-of-age drama WONDERSTRUCK  and director Yorgos Lanthimos’ latest film the darkly comedic psychological horror/thriller THE KILLING OF A SACRED DEER. 45 more words

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'WONDERSTRUCK' (2017) MOVIE REVIEW - ASTOUNDS WITH HEART, EMOTION, AND MAGIC

Directed by Todd Haynes (Carol), Wonderstruck focuses on the lives of two kids in two different time periods, who both set off on their own very personal New York adventures. 903 more words

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55th New York Film Festival Line-Up

The Film Society of Lincoln Center has announced the full list of playing at the 55th annual The New York Film Festival.

The Main Slate consists of some of the favorites so far this year including, the AIDS drama BPM (Beats Per Minute), Call Me by Your Name and The Florida Project. 267 more words

Here's The Teaser for Wonderstruck!

Todd Haynes should have, at the very least, received an Oscar nomination for Carol.  He’s back again this year with another movie that’s being touted as possible Oscar nominee, 75 more words

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