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Rust and Bone


Review: Alain is put in charge of his 5 year old son. He leaves Belgium for Antibes and goes to live with his sister and her husband.  274 mots de plus


Book Review - Our Souls At Night

Stories are simple yet so often we come across writers, who to showcase their writing skills, complicate the plot and take away its beauty.

Today, I want to talk about this pleasing book called Our Souls at Night by Kent Haruf. 204 mots de plus


Suite Française (2014)

I’m going to be unfair to this movie, because I’ve read the novel by Irène Némirovsky, which is brilliant. Suite Française was written during the war, before Némirovsky was murdered by the Nazis, and, though unfinished, it has a much broader and clearer vision of humanity than the film does. 279 mots de plus

Suite Française (Movie Review 2014)

3 Kernels

Currently streaming on Netflix is Suite Française a 2014 movie set in occupied France in 1940. It’s based on a novel written by Irène Némirovsky, a Jewish author, born in the Ukraine but lived and worked in France. 435 mots de plus


Revisiting Rust And Bone, 5 Years Later

Cannes Film Festival opened this year with Ismael’s Ghosts on May 17, exactly five years after the premiere of Jacques Audiard’s César Award winning Rust And Bone… 725 mots de plus


Review - The Drop

There’s something weirdly poignant about seeing an actor who is no longer with us performing onscreen. It’s testament to the power of film; as a means of immortality, almost, but certainly of establishing a legacy. 864 mots de plus


'Far from the Madding Crowd' holds a strong cast in a great adaption.

Far From The Madding Crowd is a film set in in Victorian England, the independent and headstrong Bathsheba Everdene attracts three very different suitors: Gabriel Oak, a sheep farmer; Frank Troy, a reckless Sergeant; and William Boldwood, a prosperous and mature bachelor. 256 mots de plus