Once a month, I dedicate a post to a cinematic staple I should have seen a long time ago. Some of my film-loving friends join me for the project and their posts are linked. If you are a film writer yourself, feel free to join in at any time!
Time can do funny things to a story; it can dull its sharpest edges, and present the opportunity to rewrite the narrative.
As the year comes to a close, Ingmar Bergman has us reflecting on death.
Here's to one more year of stepping out from the darkness and into the light. care to join me?
When a beautifully captured film depicts people acting terribly selfish.
Finding splendour in the dingiest of places.
A little bit of life experience can go a long way in understanding the subtleties that make something great
Wait a moment: Why isn't that teacup singing?
A more modern selection than usual can sometimes be even more of a wild card than the so-called "classics". And with that we go back to 1988...