REVIEW: ‘The Falling’ (2014) dir. Carol Morley
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REVIEW: ‘The Falling’ (2014) dir. Carol Morley

Carol Morley’s psychological drama The Falling is one that will stay with you long after its over. Beautifully put together, disorientating and haunting, this is a film that undeniably casts a spell on its viewers. Set in an in an all-girls school in 1969, The Falling could be described as an offbeat coming of age story. The … Continue reading

REVIEW: ‘Beyond Clueless’ (2014) dir. Charlie Lyne
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REVIEW: ‘Beyond Clueless’ (2014) dir. Charlie Lyne

Lyne’s visual essay on teen movies is a must-see for anyone vaguely interested in the genre. Using images from over 200 films, teen movie icon Fairuza Balk’s narration, and with an original soundtrack by Summer Camp, every aspect of the film and its design contributes to the feeling that Beyond Clueless is more a love … Continue reading