Category Archives: 10 Second Review
Film at its essential: a soundtrack that tugs the heartstrings, perfect cinematography, and an expressive face. Winner of several Academy Awards, including Best Picture, Best Actor, and Best Direction. The Artist. Dir. by Michel Hazanavicius. La Petite Reine, et al., … Continue reading
This film is currently on my mind for many reasons, but I usually turn to it anyway around this time of year because it wonderfully captures New York during the holidays: the lights, the Christmas trees being sold on the … Continue reading
The Seventh Seal is one of my favorite Bergman films – melancholy, enervating, unnerving, Nordic. I think this is most funny to me because Arthur’s face almost captures the gravitas of the film. I’m still laughing. From: Studio Arthur
Male frenemies with a side of Mozart on the Boulevard Saint-Michel. La Carrière de Suzanne. Dir. Eric Rohmer. Les Films du Losange, 1963. In French.