Film Review -NEZOUH

Nezouh achieves that rare feat of managing to educate and entertain despite its subject matter. It’s a touching and magical coming of age story set against the backdrop of war in Damascus. 14 year old…

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Film Review – Blue

Blue’s central message is that love conquers all even death in this sensitive and delicate look at grief and ultimately hope written and directed by Deva Palmier. Blue is a story about a couple whose…

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Documentary Review – The Trust Fall

The Trust Fall is a curious documentary. On one hand, The Trust Fall, tries to put forward the case for Julian Assange’s innocence as the victim of aggressive and pernicious US policy of hounding him…

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TV Review- MANHUNT

Great tv begins and ends with great writing and on the basis of the first two episodes Manhunt, Monica Beletsky’s script delivers and then some. It would have been easy to deliver a historical drama…

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Film Review – Wicked Little Letters

Wicked Little Letters is crude, a bit crass, and certainly nothing to write home about. It’s such a shame because the underlying story is a story worthy of the spotlight. I just wish it had…

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