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Wes Anderson Movies: Ranked

Wes Anderson is one of my favourite directors. Why? He seems to have an eye for symmetry and balance. His talents are not only shown through his visually captivating sets, but also textually, through his humorous and quasi-absurd scripts. He creates pretty little nostalgic worlds… Read More

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In Theatres: The Lobster

The Lobster―an original masterpiece! There is a profound truth that lies within its vision, style, concept and language. It is layered, surreal, comical and visually pleasing. Lanthimos’ world looks and sounds like ours, but is different (as if it was a suspended reality, close to our own, but… Read More

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In Theatres: The Square

Winner of the 2017 Palme D’Or, The Square assembles a great deal of satirical storylines all revolving around Christian—an art curator of a famous modern art museum in Stockholm. The Swedish film is a bit absurd, introspective and  very pleasing to the eye. The production design… Read More

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In Theatres: Mia Madre

Selected to compete for the Palme d’Or at the Cannes Film Festival in 2015, Mia Madre is finally released to Canadian audiences. Moretti elegantly approaches the subject of death and family (and existential crises). Brilliantly acted and directed, the film is varied and layered. Title: Mia Madre Directed By: Nanni Moretti Written By:  Nanni Moretti, Valia… Read More