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One Random Single a Day #61: “Madame Bijou” (2004) by Edyta Bartosiewicz

Today’s artist for the One Random Single challenge is from Poland, which brings the country count for this project up to twenty. Considering that the vast majority of music I listen to is by American artists (with some European countries … Continue reading

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Lyzette Talks… Possession

My skin is still crawling as I think about select scenes from Andrzej Zulawski’s horror masterpiece, Possession. I’ve been putting it off for a few years now and am so glad I finally got around to it! Thanks for watching, as always, … Continue reading

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Cinema as a Parallel Universe: March ’14 in Film

Hello folks! It’s been a while. It feels like years for me. I’m starting to feel that almost-post-grad noose begin to tighten. Yet somehow, in between all the hustle and bustle of “being an adult”, I’ve managed to slip in … Continue reading

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Top Ten of 1960-69: Part Three – 1962

This has got to be one of my very favorite top ten lists I’ve had to do, mainly because 1962 is a year that I found to be particularly filled with such cinematic quality. Several of my all-time favorites have … Continue reading

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Krótki film o zabijaniu (A Short Film About Killing) (1988) – dir. Krzysztof Kieslowski

Krzysztof Kieslowski’s A Short Film About Killing takes on a rather simple narrative to outline a much larger critique. In doing so, it projects a pronounced degree of pathos that could only result from the hard work and passion of such a … Continue reading

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