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HOSPITALITE aka Kantai

Koji Fukada’s strange odd wee movie teeters between being a droll farce and an absurdist comedy, and it is very intriguing to say the least. Mikio is a meek little man inherited a small printing business from his father and which he runs from a narrow rickety building which is also home for him and … Continue reading

HOW DO YOU KNOW?

At 3O years old Lisa is well past her prime, of being a world class softball player that is, and after getting dumped from the side she tries to play the love game instead.  First she teams up with Matty, a pro baseball player with a multimillion-dollar contract who happens to be a screwball womanizing … Continue reading

HOW I ENDED THIS SUMMER

Hard to believe it is even summer in this weather station located on a remote island off Russia’s most northern coast as the two sole inhabitants still need plenty of layers of clothing when they go outside to take readings from the instruments that they monitor.  The older meteorologist Segei has little in common with … Continue reading

HOW TO SURVIVE A PLAGUE

David France’s meticulously detailed account is how an angry and fiercely committed group of selfless people refused to lie down and play dead and by taking on both the pharmaceutical industry and Government institutions, they made a real difference and saved countless live. This is of course the story of the AIDS epidemic which brought … Continue reading

HUGH HEFNER

The joy about a good documentary is making one re-appraise opinions.  Like this fascinating portrayal of Hugh Hefner, who before I started viewing, I had assumed was a very old somewhat annoying man who had made a tidy sum from soft-porn and now spent his days in his pajamas surrounded by a bevy of pretty … Continue reading

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