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THE AMERICAN

This movie didn’t really appear on my radar when it opened in the US in September 2010.  It was after all a small film with a Big American Star with an unknown, but pretty cast, with unpronounceable names.  However I had one of those ‘Kevin Bacon 6 Degrees’ moments on the plane yesterday and suddenly … Continue reading

THE ANGEL’S SHARE

Director Ken Loach is drawn back to working class Glasgow again for his latest comedy drama about a young thug who’s given a second chance and turns out to be a good wee lad after all.  Robbie is in Court for the umpteenth time after a particular brutal assault on another young man, but his … Continue reading

THE ARBOR

This depressingly grim and sadly true story of the life of troubled Brit playwright Andrea Dunbar which had very little joy, has been made into a powerfully mesmerizing movie by artist and film maker Clio Bernard who has merged documentary with performances that makes it such a compelling view.  Ms Dunbar, one of nine children, … Continue reading

THE ARTIST

I’m still reeling from the shock that I have just left my local Multiplex Theater where the crowds were out in full force for the latest ‘Mission Impossible’ blockbuster and another ‘Sherlock Holmes’ flick, yet my screen had a sold-out house even though it was playing a French Black & White Silent Movie, and as … Continue reading

THE BANG BANG CLUB

The movie’s title comes from the name given to a group of combat photojournalists whose work witnessed the final years of struggle which resulted in the collapse of apartheid in South Africa.  The four guys gained the nickname because of the fearless way they got so close to their subjects in the face of real … Continue reading

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