Indie Ogden Film Review: Sister
Feb06

Indie Ogden Film Review: Sister

Sister (L’Enfant d’en haut) is a 2012 film starring Léa Seydoux, and Kacey Mottet Klein; written by Antoine Jaccoud and Ursula Meier, and directed by Ursula Meier. Sister is a drama set at a Swiss ski resort. It opens with a day in the life of Simon (played by Klein), as he takes a trip up to ski resort and proceeds to spend his day stealing all the gear he can get his hands on. Gloves, helmets, goggles, very nice pairs of...

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Indie Ogden Film Review: In Another Country
Jan29

Indie Ogden Film Review: In Another Country

In Another Country is a 2012 film starring Isabelle Huppert, Kwon Hye Hyo, and Jung Yu Mi; written and directed by Sang-soo Hong. In Another Country is a Korean movie, which examines three variations on the same story: a French woman, Anne, (played by Huppert) visits a small seaside town. The framing for this is a young woman and her mother are on the run from debtors and are hiding in Mohang, where the young woman sets out to write a...

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Indie Ogden Film Review: The Fitzgerald Family Christmas
Dec17

Indie Ogden Film Review: The Fitzgerald Family Christmas

The Fitzgerald Family Christmas is a 2012 film starring Kerry Bishé, Connie Britton and Edward Burns; written and directed by Edward Burns. Edward Burns plays Gerry, the oldest son in a family of eight who has taken over the patriarch role of keeping his family together after their father walked out on them 20 years ago. The movie opens a couple days before Christmas, as Gerry trys to round up all his brothers and sisters to show up...

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Indie Ogden Film Review: A Late Quartet
Dec04

Indie Ogden Film Review: A Late Quartet

  A Late Quartet is a 2012 film starring Philip Seymour Hoffman, Catherine Keener, Mark Ivanir, Christopher Walken, and Imogen Poots; directed by Yaron Zilberman. I don’t know if it was my particular mood when I watched this film, or the fact that I’ve been thinking I need to see the classical arts more often, but A Late Quartet really hit the spot. Hoffman, Keener, Ivanir, and Walken play Robert, Juliette, Daniel, and...

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Indie Ogden Film Review: Detropia
Nov27

Indie Ogden Film Review: Detropia

Detropia is a 2012 documentary from Heidi Ewing and Rachel Grady. Detropia is quite an interesting take on what all is happening in Detroit. For those unaware, Detroit has had a massive exodus in the last few decades, falling from roughly 1.7 million people in the 70s to just 700,000 today. Large portions of Detroit are abandoned or reclaimed, with some neighborhoods only consisting of a handful of houses. What was once the fastest...

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