Fearfully learning we have a lot in common with the other side in A GHOST STORY

A Ghost Story, Directed and written by David Lowery, is a film simultaneously about the passage and stillness of time. It’s a film that seems to harbours a certain fixation on the mundane despite (or because of) the separation enforced. It serves as a confluence for sentiment and existential angst. Above all, it’s a filmContinue reading “Fearfully learning we have a lot in common with the other side in A GHOST STORY”

FILM REVIEW; MANCHESTER BY THE SEA

Kenneth Lonergan’s Manchester by the Sea manages to be one of the funniest films of 2016 whilst wielding affecting moments of distress and heartbreak. The bleakness of this picture has been overemphasised. Expectations had been inflated. But Lonergan milks a welcome brand of dark humour that doesn’t make light work of a crux wrapped inContinue reading “FILM REVIEW; MANCHESTER BY THE SEA”