Life changes and loss of innocence are difficult when you’re growing up, especially when your world relies on a small, close-knit group. In David Raboy’s The Giant, tragedy makes life a surreal dream for one girl as her world changes. Charlotte (Odessa Young) is graduating from high school. She lives in a small town with... Continue Reading →
Psychics, Sadness and Mystery in Assayas’ Personal Shopper
It’s no surprise that death is devastating for those in mourning. Missing loved ones who have passed on comes in many forms but most of us would confidently say that faith (or lack thereof) aside, we don’t really know what happens to our soul after the physical body ends. In Personal Shopper, we see one... Continue Reading →
mother! and the Art of Sacrifice
Yet another festival film has divided the masses in the way of Darren Aronofsky's latest film, mother! Making its rounds in Europe and playing TIFF 2017 in Toronto, and much like previous TIFF premiere The Witch from over a year ago, critics and viewers either love or hate this allegorical masterpiece that confounds the horror genre and elevates the... Continue Reading →
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