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Movie Review: Where the Woods End (2016)

Two bad decisions irrevocably alter the lives of two families when a pair of police officers pull over a suspicious vehicle on a forest road in Felix Ahrens’ taut, tense, terrific short Where the Woods End. What first seems simple shatters into several jagged pieces of moral complexity, all because the driver of the pulled-over…

Movie Review: The Unknown Girl (2016)

While The Unknown Girl, the latest film by Jean-Pierre and Luc Dardenne (“Two Days, One Night”), is suggestive of social and political issues such as immigration, unemployment, and economic imbalance, its main concern is with moral character, accountability, and spiritual redemption. Like many other films of the Dardenne Brothers, it is simple, natural, and direct,…

Feature: Top 10 Manipulative Movie Mothers

Manipulation comes in all forms of misleading faces — misguided love, abuse, aggression, guilt, fear, disillusionment, sadness, blackmail, etc. However, when manipulation is used as a tool from one of the most nurturing souls imaginable (read: Your mother) then there is a disruptive element bound to tarnish the special bond meant to connect between mother…

Movie Review: Breathing (2011)

In the Buddhist tradition, breathing grounds us in the present moment. According to Zen master Thich Nhat Hanh, “Breathing opens the door to stopping and looking deeply in order to enter the domain of concentration and insight.” For Roman Kogler (Thomas Schubert) in Karl Markovics remarkable debut film Breathing, it is simply the means to…

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