There is a fine line between exploring a tragic event and exploiting it for money. It never sits right when a real life story becomes the main focus of a film. But Paul Greengrass has done many. Here in July 22, he tackles the tragic terrorist attack in Utoya, Norway which saw 77 people die. With this and Utoya – 22 July coming out all … Continue reading July 22 – Brand New Trailer!
Do you think with success of Lady Bird, we’re going to see more era based coming of age stories? No? well, then, tack a look at this. Summer 03 revolves around the ups and downs and craziness of being a teenager. Starring Joey King, this looks to be somewhat of an OK comedy and….Oh shit. This is was when I was a teenger! AM I … Continue reading Summer 03 – Brand New Trailer!
Amma Asante has been a forefront director of some impressive British period dramas such as Belle and A United Kingdom. Now she continues with Where Hands Touch. Written and directed by Asante, the film revolves around a young black German who falls in love with a Hitler Youth during the Nazi-uprising. With Amandla Stenberg and George McKay as leads, this could be a provocative film. … Continue reading Where Hands Touch – Brand New Trailer
Coming of age stories are a particularly poignant part of cinema culture. Diving into the rich history of youth, everyone has been through a particular journey that is profound and life-affirming. LGBT cinema gravitates to these moments in our lives because it is when we first start recognising this part of ourselves, wishing to explore our attractions. But for many people, this revelation is followed … Continue reading The Miseducation of Cameron Post – Review