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Archive for February, 2018
 
 
 
 
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Sedef’s Perspective: With awards season well and truly upon us, the films that are going to be the big winners of 2015 are beginning to make themselves clear. Whiplash has been causing a stir pretty much ever since its tr...

 
 
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Review: If John Boorman became famous in the 1970’s with “Deliverance”, and quite infamous with “Zardoz”, he is also known for his most autobiographic piece “Hope and Glory” from 1987. It seems that, at the end of a very intere...

 
 
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Over three days, a schizophrenic bachelor (Franky) has to deal with the harsh realities of the dating world, an intrusive, ball-busting sister, three overwhelming ‘roommates,’ and a shot at love, all while seeking a...

 
 
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Online film festival – 23 films, 13 languages. 4th edition – January 17, February 17, 2014. Wordlwide. MyFrenchFilmFestival.com is an innovative concept the goal of which is to let you discover French cinema and sha...

 
 
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Review: After the misfortunate passing of Tony Scott, I was afraid that Ridley, his older brother, would slow a bit down on his work as a director, until words were spoken about ‘Exodus’, a renewed version of the Cecil B. Demil...

 
 
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Often looming large in the cinematic sphere is Golden Globe winner Brad Pitt, whose most recent film Fury dresses the handsome chap in World War Two apparel and sees him combat the Germans for the second time since Tarantino’s ...