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Film of the Day: Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind (2004)

[…]Despite jumping through the deliberately disorienting hoops of its story, “Eternal Sunshine” has an emotional center, and that’s what makes it work. Although Joel and Clementine ping-pong through various stages of romance and reality, what remains constant is the human … Continue reading

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Film of the Day: Goodbye Solo (2008)

‘Goodbye Solo’ Ramin Bahrani’s film, starring Souléymane Sy Savané and Red West, ruminates powerfully on the obligations of friendship. April 10, 2009|KENNETH TURAN | TIMES FILM CRITIC “Goodbye Solo” is a deceptive film. Its style is spare, rigorous, almost anti-dramatic, but it … Continue reading

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Film of the Day: Caravaggio (1986)

After seeing the film I must say that while I find it to be a little pretentious, it´s vissually stunning and has some really magnificent performances. Sean Bean Stands out for me. Here is a little extract I found interesting … Continue reading

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Film of the Day: La Haine (1995)

This film looks at the relationship between three young men living in the banlieues of France. La Haine was quite controversial when it was released and caused quite a stir, mainly for the way it was shot and its narrative … Continue reading

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