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Film View – Over

Film View – Over

“Over presents a crime scene. During the course of 9 wide shots told in reverse order, we watch an intriguing story unfold. What has happened in this quiet neighbourhood? A murder, a hit-and-run, an accident? The reality is both profound, and deeply unexpected.” Time in reverse. Watch as the views are seen backwards. Be diligent […]

Film View: The Gift

Film View: The Gift

‘The Gift’ takes place in Russia. It is CGI, but real human actors, Sci-Fi short film with a extremely intense chase sequence. The filmmaker have us more than 20 full CGI shots for ‘The Gift’. I thought it was animated, yet it was so perfectly real. It is real, though after watching, I felt otherwise. […]

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What Doesn’t Belong

What Doesn’t Belong

What Doesn’t Belong Take away What doesn’t belong Take away What doesn’t fit Write down these words The poem must rip Cut off its edges Let the mind trip Talk about truths Hidden in lies Tear it all up Route out the spies Talk about traitors Lying in wait Screaming obscenities Exposing our fate The […]

Film Review: “Amy”

Film Review: “Amy”

Amy Winehouse Where Was Every One? “A shattering documentary about a silenced voice.” Where was every one? Where did everybody go? Why was she alone on July 23rd 2011, the date she died? [Amy died in the early hours of my birthday. That is why I remember the date so well. Plus, I was SHOCKED […]

Film Review: “State and Main”

Film Review: “State and Main”

“That’s a lie, it’s a gift for fiction.” David Mamet directed “State and Main,” a comedy about a film company that arrives in Waterford, Vt., escaping New Hampshire for a variety of reasons, the cover story being the town was lacking an old mill for location shots, but the more accurate reason for the sudden […]

Film Review: ‘Nightcrawler’

Film Review: ‘Nightcrawler’

NIGHTCRAWLER is one almost continuous chase scene. An action thriller taking place in the present day for night of Los Angeles. Jake Gyllenhaal plays Lou Bloom, at first perceived as a self-educated young man seeking work of any kind. He studies his world as he calculates what is in it for him to exploit just […]

Film Review: “The Theory of Everything”

Film Review: “The Theory of Everything”

This was to be the extraordinary story of one of the world’s greatest living minds, the renowned astrophysicist Stephen Hawking. It fell far short of achieving that goal. Where was the brilliant mind of Stephen Hawking in this film. I saw one slim moment when, alas, I thought, the film is going to begin delving […]

“Fall Into Focus”

“Fall Into Focus”

FALL INTO FOCUS Fall outward Expand dimensions Control surrenders Float in the chaos Circle the center Release what was A new act begins An unfamiliar story Needs to be written Release the fear Restrictions wall fails Go beyond the limits of Time And then go further © jk 2015 Copyright protected by DigiproveAll Rights ReservedOriginal content here is […]

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