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Jane Stewart

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Cinemashrink: Summer DVD Treasure Chest

If you’d like to discover a film anew, treat yourself to a gem. See a classic, an offbeat treat or an on-beat documentary. Because each film reveals aspects of ourselves and deepens our knowledge of what it is to be human.   Days of Heaven, 1978 Written and directed by Terence Malick (also director of Tree … Continue reading

Cinemashrink: Queen to Play, 2011

Queen to Play, 2011 (French) Writer/Director — Caroline Bottaro Actors — Sandrine Bonnaire as Helene, Kevin Kline as Kroger Cinemashrink says: If you’re afraid to make a commitment to what gives you pleasure See Queen to Play and feel inspired to get in the game Because if you don’t risk, you lose – and for … Continue reading

Cinemashrink: Catfish, 2010

Catfish, 2011 Documentary Filmmakers:  Ariel Schulman, Nev Schulman and Henry Joost CinemaShrink Says: If you’re nervous about the future of internet relationships See Catfish for a romp with creative minds at work Because fake takes on new meaning when multiples become norm Three young men – two filmmakers and a photographer – catch the progression … Continue reading

Cinemashrink: Poetry, 2010

Poetry, 2010 Best Screenplay at the Cannes Film Festival, 2010 Writer and director – Lee Chang-dong Starring: Yoon Jeong-hee – Mija CinemaShrink Says: If you’re wondering how to make sense of the senseless See Poetry where a quiet older woman reforms ugliness Because you’ll find your own poet within A film is a film is … Continue reading

Cinemashrink: The Hedgehog, 2009

The Hedgehog, 2009 Writer and Director — Mona Achache Starring — Garance Le Guillermic, Josiane Balasko and Togo Igawa CinemaShrink Says: “If you’re drawn to the elegance of mystery and surprise, See The Hedgehog, a film made faithfully if not as fully to the book. Because art is provocative, secrets delicious, death prickly.” What a … Continue reading

Cinemashrink: Buck, 2011

Buck, 2011 Documentary Director – Cindy Meehl Cast – Buck Brannaman and Robert Redford play themselves CinemaShrink Says: “If you’re interested in how to discipline with a cool hand See Buck put rowdy horses and frustrated horse owners in sync Because the soul heals when dancing.” Buck is not just an extraordinary man – which … Continue reading