Dolan said: “I subscribed to The Auteurs/MUBI more than a decade ago when I moved into my first apartment. I discovered incredible work on that platform and it’s an honor to have them show the film. I think my 18 year-old self would be pretty impressed.” … [Read more...] about MUBI Acquires Major Territory Rights To Xavier Dolan’s Cannes Drama ‘Matthias & Maxime’
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Jonestown itself had become a joycamp in its last year. There was no barbed wire around the perimeter. It wasn’t needed. Escape was a dream. The jungle stretched from horizon to horizon, thick, swampy and deadly. Armed security guards patrolled the few trails, and it was their business to know where an escapee would look for food and water. Rumor had it that captured escapees had had their arms broken. Toward the end, most of them were simply placed in the euphemistically named Extra Care Unit, where they were drugged senseless for a week at a time. Patients emerged from ECU unable to carry on a conversation, and their faces were blank, as if they had been temporarily lobotomized. … [Read more...] about In the Valley of the Shadow of Death: Guyana After the Jonestown Massacre
Oh yeah. I’ve always given Bill Black the credit for Elvis’ antics. Back in those days, bass players, especially those with a country music background, were always comedians. Bill would start carrying on and riding his bass and things like that, which would loosen the crowd up. And then Elvis would have them in the palm of his hand. He’d start shakin’ his leg and stuff. Bill would just whisper something in Elvis’ ear while he was singing, and whatever Bill told him to do, Elvis would do it. Every time. He’d say, “Elvis, throw your belt out now,” and he’d take it off and throw it out into the audience. And then Bill would whisper something else and Elvis would come over and take my belt off. Then one night, Bill took one of Elvis’ shoes off and threw it out into the crowd and it hit an old lady in the head. [Laughs] We had to cut that one. … [Read more...] about Q&A: Scotty Moore Keeps On Rockin’
Road trips leave indelible memories. Whether good or bad, the experience forges a bond between travelers. End of Sentence is a touching drama about a father and son reaching common ground in Ireland. A journey that begins in grief and anger takes a few unexpected turns. The characters are forced to examine the long buried events that drove them apart. End of Sentence is a realistic exploration of human nature. It shows that the gulfs that divide us can be bridged. … [Read more...] about End of Sentence Review: John Hawkes & Logan Lerman Are Fantastic in Irish Road Trip Drama
On a related note, the director's last venture Kaappaan starring Suriya, Mohanlal, and Arya in the lead roles, recently made it to the headlines for its bizarre similarity with the locust attack in the northern parts of India. KV Anand revealed his location hunt in Madagascar for the film, where he witnessed the swarms of locust, which was later incorporated in the 2019 film. … [Read more...] about KV Anand Quashes Rumours Of Teaming Up With Suriya For Ayan Sequel!