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The second film starring Audrey Tautou and Romain Duris I’ve reviewed in the last seven days Mood Indigo is as charming and whimsical as Chinese Puzzle if not a bit more bizarre. Based on the novel by Boris Vian, Froth on the Daydream, which I have never read, Mood Indigo tells the story of a couple very much in love whose strange but idyllic marriage is disrupted when she, Audrey Tautou’s Chloe, discovers she has a water lily growing in her lungs that will, if untreated, eventually kill her. In a wonderful, ... Read full review »
With the found-footage horror films now easily ranking in the 1000’s there are only a handful of such films that have really worked since the original Blair Witch Project was released a good twenty years ago; Afflicted is one of the first films in recent years that really manages to create horror, character, narrative and believability to the same level of success. Diagnosed with a brain aneurism that could burst at any moment Derek Lee and his best friend Clif Prowse decide to take a trip around the world, ... Read full review »