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A selection of intelligent cinema from around the world that entertains and provokes a mature viewer to reflect on what the viewer saw, long after the film ends--extending the entertainment value
255. Japanese Director Takashi Koizumi’s Film “Hakase No Aishita Sushiki” (The Professor And His Beloved Equation) (2006), Based On An Award-winning Japanese Novel By Yoko Ogawa: Melding The Magical World Of Numbers And Mathematics With Invisible Eternal Truths Existing In The Universe, For Adults And School-going Students Alike
2020-09-21 15:36
 To see a World in a Grain of Sand, And a Heaven in a Wild Flower, Hold Infinity in the Palm of your Hand, And Eternity in an Hour               … Read More
253. Brazilian Director Kleber Mendonca Filho’s Debut Feature Film “O Soma O Redor” (Neighboring Sounds) (2012) In Portuguese, Based On His Original Script: A Lovely, Innovative Example Of Effective, Judicious And Discreet Use Of Sound In Film-making That Complements The Mood Of The Screenplay
2020-07-21 15:58
Film directors often make amazing debut feature films. These debut films can be awesome if they are based on the director’s original scripts rather than an adapted one. Kleber Mendonca… Read More
249. Portuguese Director Pedro Costa’s Seventh Feature Film “Vitalina Varela” (2019): Stunning, Austere, Melancholic Docu-fiction Film That Highlights The Power Of Cinematography, Sound Management, Lighting, Acting, Drama And Art Direction, Presenting An Aesthetic Alternative To Hollywood And Bollywood Films
2020-03-08 02:33
Film director Jean Luc Godard  had said “In the temple of cinema, there are images, light and reality. Sergei Parajanov was the master of that temple.”  Parajanov… Read More
248. French Director Céline Sciamma’s Fourth Feature Film “Portrait De La Jeune Fille En Feu” (Portrait Of A Lady On Fire) Based On Her Original Screenplay:  An Awesome Film Built On Impeccable Direction, Intelligent Screenplay, Magnetic Performances, Cinematography And Choice Of Music
2020-02-26 17:36
Céline Sciamma’s Portrait of a Lady on Fire may be described by some as a feminist film that tells a tale of four women characters in 18th century France devoid of any significa… Read More

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