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Saturday, January 26th, 2013

Sundance Movie Review: Before Midnight

Awe. Céline and Jesse are sitting on the edge of some coast in Greece. The camera pans out. Their voices fade. Queue black screen. Done. Finito. I sat there for thirty seconds watching the names come onto screen before I was able to fully register that one of my beloved film trilogies had now, before

Monday, January 21st, 2013

Sundance Movie Review: Kill Your Darlings

It’s 1944, you’ve just been accepted into Columbia University. The dream of becoming a writer in your own right (as your father was a poet) is fast becoming a reality. Columbia bears the prestige and excitement that...

Sunday, January 20th, 2013

Sundance Movie Review: Soldate Jeannette

Soldate Jeannette by Daniel Hoesl translates from German into English as Soldier Jean — an apt title, as the titular character of Fanni (Johanna Orsini-Rosenberg) is a ruthless sort; a woman, steadfast, with no boundaries. As a...

Sunday, January 20th, 2013

Sundance Movie Review: A Teacher

Vulnerable, stark, possessive; these are some of the words that surface amidst watching emotions ravage Diana (Lindsay Burge), a young Texas high school English teacher in Hannah Fidell’s A Teacher. Diana is charismatic and friendly, bearing a...

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