Crane World is rude and unmanageable, unforced and shapeless but still oddly compelling
Soldiers describe their feelings towards their work and their sense of mission through a song of their choice, often one that they played during conflict to help them cope.
Angst is a new Australian film detailing a few days and nights in the lives of a handful of young Sydneysiders.
A Room For Romeo Brass
Whatever this film is, it's a resolute and frustrating mish-mash, but what the hell, let's invite it in and see what it's got to say...
Berlin - Cinema
Musings on a review...
The Filth and the Fury
A powerful and often surprising documentary about the notorious Sex Pistols.
New Waterford Girl
"To be clear: this one ain't worth a damn kiddies." (Rivett)
A world bleeding at the edges, a semi-surreal childhood state of non-sequitur and random cruelty
Mr. Death: The Rise and Fall of Fred A. Leutcher Jr.
A documentary about Leutcher, who accepts a research mission to the gas chambers of Auschwitz, leading to his hypothesis that the Holocaust never occurred. "There is a emptiness at the core of the film which is disturbing, an absence that can leave you wanting more on first viewing". (Rivett)
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