One of my favourite scenes from Paris, Je t’aime. Sometimes you realize how much you love your partner, when it’s too late.
Archive for May 1st, 2012
Lilies changed my life. That’s all I can say about it. It just did. It led me to stop lying, and be who I am, innately.
The Sweet Hereafter tackles difficult subject matter, such as incest, but that shouldn’t stop you from watching it. Adapted from the novel of the same name, the movie tells the story of a small town who must grapple with a school bus accident that took the lives of young children.
Julie Christie gives the performance of her career in Sarah Polley’s feature film debut based on Alison Munro’s short-story, The Bear Came Over the Mountain. Keep the tissues near.
The world is going to end. How will you spend your last hours? Party like there’s no tomorrow.
C.R.A.Z.Y. tells the story of Zac, a young gay man dealing with homophobia and heterosexism while growing up with four brothers and a conservative father in 1960s and 1970s Quebec.
For the past four years Cate Blanchett has served as the artistic director of the Sydney Theatre Company in Australia with her husband Andrew Upton. She is currently touring the play Big and Small in Europe, playing the lead to rave reviews, but that’s no surprise.
I read recently that Woody Allen offered her the lead in his next movie, to be filmed in San Francisco, but she has yet to accept. Celluloid needs her, she has to return to make me happy.
Here are my top ten Cate Blanchett films, in no particular order.
2. The Aviator
3. The Gift
6. Paradise Road
7. Notes on a Scandal
8. Veronica Guerin (A must see!)
9. Little Fish (Another must see!)
10. Oscar and Lucinda