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  • 40 days of silence tells the story of four women in different age groups during key moments of their life. This film has an all woman cast with no men...

    Chilla-40 Days Of Silence

    40 days of silence tells the story of four women in different age groups during key moments of their life. This film has an all woman cast with no men...

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  •   Wes Anderson (The royal Tenenbaums, Moonrise Kingdom) is a name that’s known to most people because the world he creates in his films are so eccentric and unique to...

    The Grand Budapest Hotel

      Wes Anderson (The royal Tenenbaums, Moonrise Kingdom) is a name that’s known to most people because the world he creates in his films are so eccentric and unique to...

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  • Django Unchained is Tarantino back to his golden years. There really isn’t a bad word I can say about this film. Tarantino has somehow managed to update the western genre...

    Django Unchained – Movie review

    Django Unchained is Tarantino back to his golden years. There really isn’t a bad word I can say about this film. Tarantino has somehow managed to update the western genre...

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  •                 The skin I live in (La piel que habito) in has provided us with one of the most invigorating film trailers of the year.  Spanish director Pedro Almodovar decides...

    The Skin I live in

                    The skin I live in (La piel que habito) in has provided us with one of the most invigorating film trailers of the year.  Spanish director Pedro Almodovar decides...

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  •   Bal was the winner of the 60th Berlinale in 2010. What the jury saw in this film by Turkish director Semih Kaplanoglu was a poetic exploration of childhood in...

    Bal (Honey) – Movie Review – Golden Bear Berlinale 2010

      Bal was the winner of the 60th Berlinale in 2010. What the jury saw in this film by Turkish director Semih Kaplanoglu was a poetic exploration of childhood in...

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