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A relationship without any kind of problem or fight is a myth. Anyone who tells you that their relationship with their partner doesn’t go through any kind of bad phase is plain lying. A relationship is made up of 2 very different individuals who try to make things work between them. In the process of […]
5 Things You Need To Know If You’ve Recently Broken Up Breakups are tough and so are the aftereffects. If you have been in a relationship for too long, you get addictive to it. Relationships work as drugs and what happens when you try to quit smoking pot? Withdrawal symptoms! This blog will help you […]
Fifteen short films earned Oscar nominations last Tuesday in three shorts categories, each with their own trend toward films from particular countries. The contenders hail from a variety of countries and have varying degrees of experience, from first-time directors to three-time Oscar nominees.
by Justin Senkbile As a smoker who’s just recently begun considering kicking the habit, I’ll admit I was a little anxious as I approached Charles Evans Jr’s documentary, “Addiction Incorporated”. Imagining some kind of traumatic, tobacco-stained version of “Food Inc.” (images of grotesque lungs, interviews with emphysema patients – that sort of thing), I was […]
With Darwin Day approaching, Science Odyssey features two sides of the contemporary religious reaction to Charles Darwin the man and his theory of biological evolution. We hear first from biologist Ted Burk of Creighton University, who responds to fundamentalist charges that Darwin was a racist by taking a dispassionate look at Darwin’s upbringing, outlook and legacy on race.
by Justin Senkbile Stuffed into a rigid suit and moving with immaculate austerity, Albert Nobbs (Glenn Close) works as a waiter at the Morrison Hotel, somewhere near Dublin, Ireland in the 19th century. Though an essential fixture in the functioning of the household for years, Albert is private to the point of eccentricity, so its only […]
by Justin Senkbile “Tomboy” is the second film from French director Celine Sciamma, and it opens at The Ross as Glenn Close’s gender-bending performance in “Albert Nobbs” continues for another week. Which is interesting because both films deal explicitly with people who, for entirely different reasons, maintain precarious secret identities. More specifically, both of these […]
by Justin Senkbile “Once Upon a Time in Anatolia”, the new film from Turkish photographer turned filmmaker Nuri Bilge Ceylan, is a thrilling film about police and procedure – as opposed to a thrilling police procedural. As if it were even possible to confuse this movie – a thick, moody study in time and texture […]
by Justin Senkbile How’s this for a knot of art, life and imitation: not only did Valérie Donzelli direct, co-write and co-star in “Declaration of War”, but the film is based on her actual experiences with Jérémie Elkaïm… who also co-wrote and co-starred. This kind of work/life fusion is dangerous territory to be sure, but […]