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Monthly Archives: April 2012
I visited Jeonju International Film Festival(JIFF) again on last Sunday. Though I can watch only one movie at a time, it has always been fun to see the international film festival held in my hometown city, and I have … Continue reading
It’s getting hot, and there are flowers everywhere.
One of my personal sweet memories with Ebertfest, which is currently being held as usual in Urbana-Champaign, Illinois, was the gift basket I received at the hotel room on its first day. It contained various things including two bottles of … Continue reading
“A Muse”, South Korean melodrama released here on this weekend, follows the footsteps of many stories about an old dude whose heart is suddenly trembled by the appearance of young beauty in front of them. A good thing about this … Continue reading
Although it has the mood and feelings I can understand and appreciate, “Tiny Furniture” somehow kept losing my interest in spite of its admirable achievement on the screen. It virtually has no plot at all and I do not have … Continue reading
“The Future” will definitely be one of the quirkiest movies I saw in this year, and, though it is only April, it will stay on or near the top of the list assigned to such films at the end of … Continue reading
One main weak spot of George Clooney’s “The Ides of March” is that its sharp message is hardly regarded as cynical in our days. It is virtually impossible for everyone to remain clean in the mud field called politics, and … Continue reading
The unlikable heroine of South Korean independent film “Jesus Hospital“ felt pretty repellent to me at first. Though the Christian people I have known or met were very nice people I still remember with fondness, I also know that there … Continue reading
The terrible incident suddenly happens in one Canadian elementary school during the mundane but shattering opening sequence of “Monsieur Lazhar.” While the students enjoy the free time outside the building, one of the schoolteachers is found dead, hanging herself up … Continue reading
It is warm now, and the flowers are everywhere – and the cats are hungry.