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September 16, 2014

by Dan Girmus Film

Bird People | Pascale Ferran

September 16, 2014

If you have any plans to see Bird People, Pascale Ferran’s whimsical study of mid-life dissatisfaction and the various methods we all use to abate its influence, try to go in as cold as possible. The film, as flawed as it is, becomes more delightful the less you know about it beforehand. Not that its premise necessarily sounds like it would make for anything special. Two strangers (played by Josh Charles and Anaïs Demoustier) cross paths in exceedingly…

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by Chris Mello Film

Honeymoon | Leigh Janiak

The scenario behind Leigh Janiak’s debut feature Honeymoon is one of the most common in the horror genre: A newlywed couple spends their honeymoon at a cabin in the woods and everything goes horribly wrong. But while it never goes so far as to…

September 16, 2014
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