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Daily Archives: December 9, 2014

The human desire to procreate, to duplicate and to live beyond mortality is as old as humanity itself. From the oldest cave paintings to the latest 3D movie release, we have explored the nature of the human condition by expressing stories of who we are and the purpose of existence. With each passing generation, we pass on more than our… Read more »

09 December 2014 | Features, Film Lists

After a six year absence from cinema screens, Quentin Tarantino released to the world his foray into global action cinema with an epic tale of revenge – Kill Bill. Told over two parts (or one Whole Bloody Affair), Kill Bill recounts the blood-soaked vengeance of the Bride (Uma Thurman), a former member of the Deadly Viper Assassination Squad who left… Read more »

09 December 2014 | Features, Film Lists

Famously called “the French Hitchcock”, Henri-Georges Clouzot did have a lot in common with the English director. Most of their films were acclaimed suspense thrillers, and they were very demanding with their actors, often resorting to physical violence. Besides, both had a thing for blonds. Clouzot’s films, however, were darker, showing the evil in everyday men and women, plus the… Read more »

09 December 2014 | Features, Film Lists