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World Advent : Day 8

The Film: Après Vous – France I first watched this film a few years ago on a DVD sent by Netflix. It really was the genesis of my reentry into foreign film not only because it was so enjoyable but … Continue reading

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Advent: Day 16

The Film: Confidences trop intimes [Intimate Strangers] I found the films of Patrice Leconte through Netflix. After watching Man on the Train, Intimate Strangers, and My Best Friend I can solidly state he is an incredibly storyteller. He has quickly become … Continue reading

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Advent: Day 5

The Film: Roman de gare I cannot in good conscious write about 25 French films without including the one that has stuck with me the most. There are others that I’m going to write about which I adore and love, … Continue reading

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Adventures in Netflix II

More Adventures… I’ll start out with a series I only partially watched on TV but as Netflix recommended it to me, and I decided to write a review to warn others, I’m including it in this roundup. Downton Abbey Shallow … Continue reading

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Adventures in Netflix

Here’s a wrap-up of films I’ve watched recently from Netflix. City Island An enjoyable film with wonderful acting and a unique take on family dysfunction which would have fared better if it had undergone a music make-under. Every scene was … Continue reading

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