Grasp the Nettle attempts to understand, and thereby empathise with, the struggles of constructing an anarchist community in a city metropolis.
Monthly Archives: September, 2013
Rhys Johnson’s love/hate relationship with Fight Club.
Citizen Jia Li is a film about a hairdresser, a gangster and a harajuku girl; three Asian immigrants in the midst of Melbourne whose seemingly ordinary lives intertwine.
A short films which journeys into the mind of a man whose mental health is reflected by the film itself; disjointed, fractured and intriguing.
Rhys Johnson explores the vampire love story, and one of Sweden’s greatest cultural exports, the 2008 film, Let The Right One In
Black & White is a short film about a young man caught up in poverty and the misplaced exuberance of youth. A great example of social realism done well.
A review of Kim Ki-duk and Jo Min-soo’s 2012 Korean film film about penances, purification and redemption, Pietà.