Set in the murky world of Sicilian gangsters, Salvo presents a beautiful and interesting take on the ‘enigmatic assassin’ story.
Monthly Archives: September, 2014
A documentary about the ‘enfant terrible of Theatreland’ and one of the best connected men in show business, Michael White; The Last Impresario.
A review of The Wind Rises is a fictionalised biography of Jiro Horikoshi, the designer beautiful fighter aircrafts that were used during World War 2 to blow up our grandparents.
Wilde Salome is the documentary about Al Pacino’s obsessional pursuit to realise the film version of Oscar Wilde’s play about obsession, Salome.
Drums Along The Mohawk (1939) is the classic John Ford western about the relationship between civilisation, anarchy and barbarity.
A recently re-released cult 1970’s cop drama about a Arizona highway patrolman questioning his allegiances following the discovery of a body.
“A, Always. B, Be. C, Closing!” With an all-star cast, Glengarry Glen Ross is the classic examination of desperate salesmen under pressure in a small real-estate business.
Review of Love Hotel, a documentary that looks at the important and unique role these intimate temporary abodes serve in conservative Japanese society.
Ash Morris’s new film project is called Starcross, making it sound like a space-faring fantasy, but in fact it’s a down-to-earth realist romance about two people in a care home.