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Reading Time: 3 minutes 🇺🇸 Think Lovely Thoughts 🇺🇸 Think Lovely Thoughts, a new short film written and directed by Stephen Snavely, is now on its way to film festivals. I feel very privileged to have had a chance to watch this 15-minute exploration of an man’s experience of living with mental health issues. Synopsis: “Think Lovely Thoughts follows a young
Reading Time: 5 minutes Trapped was the first Icelandic TV series to make an impact internationally. Having watched both series a while back I was intrigued as to what my reaction might be upon a revisit to season 1.
Reading Time: 4 minutes JJ+E is a teen movie and while watching and thinking about it I have borne this strongly in mind. For full disclosure, it is a VERY long time since I was a teenager! However, I do not expect a teen movie to be one designed to appeal to adults who may have watched loads of the genre in the past. Nevertheless, teen films do still need to work as films, so does JJ+E do that?
Reading Time: 19 minutes Stephen Snavely is an American director, cinematographer and writer who has recently created the short film, Think Lovely Thoughts which is now hopefully headed off to film festivals. This film follows on from his successful career as a director of commercials. Stephen and l had a great conversation about his life and career, getting into
Reading Time: 4 minutes Before watching The Shooter I had no idea that it was a remake of an earlier film that I had also never seen. From the Netflix listing, I knew that this has a very strong cast which made it immediately appealing. So what did I make of this movie which has a pretty snappy run time of 90 minutes?
Reading Time: 7 minutes “Can all sins be forgiven?”
Having rewatched and written a review of season 1 of All the Sins it was a given that I would do the same for season 2. Would this show have as much, or even more “Finnish weird” this season?
Reading Time: 7 minutes Although this may not appear to be a narrative film, it is, but it is also far more than just a straight narrative being rich with symbolism that is woven through the story itself. There is dialogue though and when dialogue happens it happens because it is important. Listen to what it tells you, not only by what is said but, just as importantly, by what remains unsaid.
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