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Heaven Without People

  The setting for this family drama is the home of a Lebanese Christian family who for the first time have managed to get their entire clan together for an Easter lunch.  The matriarch Josephine (Samira Sarkis) is nominally in charge, but very soon as the lively conversation gets going with several family members talking … Continue reading

HELENA FROM THE WEDDING

A newly wed couple in their late 30’s are hosting a New Year’s Eve party weekend at their cottage in upstate New York when into their close knit group of friends comes Helena a pretty (and single) acquaintance which causes at least a couple of the men to make real fools of themselves. This is … Continue reading

HELLO LONESOME

Three separate and unrelated stories about three couples that have no plot to speak off, and the only common denominator is that there are all lonely in their different ways.  As odd as it sounds (and is!) film-maker Adam Reid’s far from perfect debut movie has just enough endearing moments to make it watchable. Bill is … Continue reading

Hello, My Name Is Doris

There are very few movies these days with starring roles for actresses on the cusp of their 70th birthday, even if they have already collected a couple of Oscars.  So when one does come along they grab it with open arms and throw themselves into the part with full gusto.  This is exactly what Sally … Continue reading

HERB & DOROTHY 50 X 50

Herb & Dorothy Vogel were seemingly a very ordinary New York couple.  He was a Postal Inspector, and she was a Librarian and they married in 1962, the year after they met and they lived frugally surrounded by cats in a tiny one bed apartment in Manhattan. What makes them extraordinary is since they met … Continue reading

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