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ELEPHANT (2003)

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Gus Van Sant's take on the shooting at Columbine High School is a masterpiece. Using a cast of unprofessional actors, he has created a unique and highly affecting film, rich in atmosphere and style. The non-linear narrative follows the experiences of the key characters, giving a different perspective of events in the short time frame (most of the events shown in the film take place in about an hour). While the tension in the film obviously comes from the impending violence, the film's strongest find out more...

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Directionless Marnie has just graduated from her Boston college, she drinks like she's still there and is looking for a temporary job but a permanent boyfriend. She loves a guy who doesn't love her and is ping-ponging between inappropriate romantic dalliances and even less suitable jobs. Funny Ha Ha is a quirky, simple pleasure, a funny and perceptive look at the trials and tribulations of a 21st Century slacker. find out more...

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“I wanted to be the funny one,” laments the title character of “Hannah Takes the Stairs,” “and I’m never the funny one.” That’s not true. As played by the actress-writer Greta Gerwig, Hannah is neurotic, sweet and mildly sarcastic, in a Gen Y-Diane Keaton sort of way, and her small-stakes odyssey through three relationships is wryly observed. That said, “Hannah,” the third feature by the Chicago writer-director-editor Joe Swanberg, i find out more...

HUMPDAY (2009)

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How far does macho male bonding go? Well take 'the laidback, stunted heroes of a Judd Apatow comedy and strand them in the too-cool-for-school environs of a zero-budget mumblecore romance? And then got them to have sex on camera?'. That's about as far as it goes... Artist Andrew has been living a spirited life so when he turns up at old college mate Ben's gaff, he derides him for his white picket fence life-style.To save Ben from marital castration Andrew drags him off to meet some bohemian fr find out more...

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It's New Year's Eve and Wilson, a twenty-nine-year old guy who has just had the worst year of his life, is new to Los Angeles, has no date, no concrete plans and every intention of locking the doors and forgetting the last year ever happened. That is until his best friend, Jacob, browbeats him into posting a personal ad. When Vivian, a strong-willed woman hell bent on being with the right guy at the stroke of midnight responds, a chaotic journey through the city begins for the two, riven with e find out more...

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Noah Baumbach's follow-up to the marvelous 'The Squid And The Whale' "isn't even in the same ballpark" - The Mirror; "some of the dialogue is well-crafted and the performances are generally strong... but the characters are so loathsome that you long for a hurricane to sweep away this wedding party" - The Times; "Over-cooked, over-written, over-acted and over-directed" - The Guardian; "Articulate, beady, vicious, seldom funny and almost entirely charmless" - The Independent. find out more...

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Alan is an indie singer-songwriter who has just arrived in Brooklyn after the break-up of his band. He has a coveted gig at the hip Northsix club that is being promoted by Sara, who has more than just professional designs on Alan. The singer however remains oblivious to her advances, preferring to hang out with his old mate Lawrence and Lawrence' girlfriend, Ellie, who does to Alan what he does to Sara. Andrew Bujalski follows up his critically acclaimed debut, ‘Funny Ha Ha' with a similarly t find out more...
OLD JOY (2006)

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Two estranged friends, Kurt and Mark, reunite for a weekend camping trip in the Cascade mountain range east of Portland, Oregon. For Mark, the weekend outing offers a respite from the pressure of his imminent fatherhood, for Kurt it's part of a long series of carefree adventures. As the hours progress and the landscape evolves the twin seekers move through a range of subtle emotions, enacting a pilgrimage of mutual confusion, sudden insight, tension and recurring intimations of spiritual battle. find out more...