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Tag Archives: French
An uncomfortable but rewarding look at the risks, the exuberance, the difficulties and the expectations which accompany honest and pure love. Continue reading
A perfect example of a foreign-made film which nowadays shines above an increasing slate of overpriced and underwhelming Hollywood movies. Continue reading
While I…applaud the film’s message, its lackluster style and approach to its argument makes The Other Son instantly forgettable and easily dismissible. Continue reading
“The film proudly carries an always important message of tolerance – of loving and accepting people, and especially children, for who they are and who they hope and believe they can be. And personally, I will never grow tired of that message, especially when it is depicted and presented as eloquently as Céline Sciamma’s ‘Tomboy’ does here.” Continue reading
“…the film takes so many risks and features so many strange and fascinating surprises that I found myself compelled by the experience…” Continue reading