A Sea of Emotion – Portrait of a Lady on Fire (Film Review)

Posted by - February 7, 2020
Any film that takes place by the sea, the coast, a beach is automatically given a dramatic heartbeat. Whether it’s the sound of the waves crashing on the shores. A mysterious house, castle, structure on the cliff edge stating the tone of the story. With a solitary character venturing into the unknown, arriving back home,

Killer Style – Deerskin (BFI London Film Festival Review)

Posted by - October 6, 2019
Recently separated 44-year-old Georges spends his last remaining cash on a 100% deerskin jacket and heads into the countryside. Posing as a filmmaker he involves local bartender Denise to help make a film of his and his jacket’s exploits, including murdering anyone who doesn’t surrender their jacket. It’s difficult to determine whether Georges is being