• Reviews

    Film Review: Babyteeth

    ‘Babyteeth’ is an emotional journey that is unsettling and deeply moving. Firstly, the films camerawork feels claustrophobic. It closes in on its lead characters with intense close ups shots. This technique coupled with the films regular use of hand-held camerawork perfectly…

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    Film Review: La Belle Époque

    What a marvellous and vibrant film! This was the first film I’ve seen at Sydney’s French Film Festival and what a way to start. The craftsmanship behind this whole film is amazing! Superb acting all round and an outstanding direction…

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    Film Review: The Invisible Man

    ‘The Invisible Man’ is a very enjoyable horror/ thriller from Leigh Whannell. It features some really cool sequences, especially during the second half of the film. Plus, it is interesting learning more and more about Cecilia’s situation and who exactly…

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    Film Review: A White, White Day

    ‘A White, White Day’ seems to be a film focusing on two narratives. The first is the narrative of the grandfather and his granddaughter. The second being the narrative of the grandfather dealing with the loss of his wife. These…