Hungry Hearts

REVIEW: ‘Hungry Hearts’ (2015)

You gotta see Hungry Hearts to believe it.  I don’t even know how to start describing the style of this movie… imagine that Blue is the Warmest Colour and The King’s Speech had a baby,…

REVIEW: ‘Paterson’ (2016)

Paterson, the latest film from underground impresario Jim Jarmusch, is cannily structured like a poem.  It’s not simply that the film is ‘poetic,’ as we might apply the term to a Malick film, or something…

silence

REVIEW: ‘Silence’ (2016)

My God, my God, why have you forsaken me? —Matthew 27:46, Mark 15:34 You have an idea about what a Martin Scorsese film is.  Silence may break it.  Don’t come here looking for gangsters, rapid…