Review by: Mut "hi-there" Asheru Very early on through dark lighting, abandoned locations and a lonely winding road the Korean short film BREATHE ME effectively creates a sense of overwhelming hopelessness the main characters must feel given their situation. A high school boy and a girl give birth to a baby inside an abandoned bus. The two kids are at a loss what to do in … [Read more...] about Film Review: “Breathe Me” a short film about teenage pregnancy in South Korea and a couple of parent kids that have no conscious…do they?
Movie Review by: Mut Asheru Pedro Almodóvar’s I'M SO EXCITED is a great time at the movies. It’s a foreign language film (Spanish) with subtitles so yes reading is involved. The number of laughs that the script and cast delivers is well worth the effort. The beginning disclaimer says it all…“Everything in this film is fantasy, and bears no relation to reality,” (Los … [Read more...] about Film Review: Pedro Almodóvar’s “I’m So Excited”…get yo head in the clouds cuz this one is out there!
Review By: Mut Asheru TWO WEDDINGS AND A FUNERAL directed by Kimjho Gwang-soo is a light-hearted (for the most part) movie about some of the questions every gay person faces. Mainly, should I come out or hide? Coming out in Korea is probably one of the more difficult countries to do that in but the film doesn’t tackle it from a geographical angle and keeps things more in … [Read more...] about Korean Film Review: ‘Two Weddings and a Funeral’…a Korean movie about coming out
Film Opens June 21 Angelika Dallas and Angelika Plano Review By: Gordon K. Smith It's good to be Joss Whedon, and make a movie as phenomenally successful as last year's THE AVENGERS (second highest grossing film of the 21st century to date), which then allows you to make a small, low-budget black and white Shakespeare film that everyone actually wants to see. You also … [Read more...] about Film Review: “Much Ado About Nothing” – Joss Whedon Style
Review by: Mut Asheru TOUCH (directed by Byunghun Min) is a deeply moving Korean film about a family that’s in rapid decline to rock bottom status. Perhaps a little existential in its approach the film is full of close ups and cut-tos with shaky camera work throughout which gives the film a hardline, realistic edge. The two main actors have a great screen presence … [Read more...] about Film Review: “Touch”