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  • Music Archives | tomjupiter
    SuA Picturehouse Trailers Just who am I Top 5 films of 2013 Top 5 films of 2012 Top 5 films of 2011 Home Music Tag Archives Music Raindance Werewolves Across America This entry was posted in Film Festivals Film Reviews Raindance Raindance 2011 W and tagged documentary film Music Raindance on October 2 2011 by Tom WEREWOLVES ACROSS AMERICA I picked this as a bit of a wild card as

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  • Raindance: The Most Important Thing In Life Is Not Being Dead | tomjupiter
    IMPORTANT THING IN LIFE IS NOT BEING DEAD First let me say that this film is GORGEOUS A Spanish Swiss film the look is clearly inspired by a mix of classic Film Noir and Catalan art The essence of the story is that Jacobo is a piano tuner with a secret he doesn t actually tune any pianos He just goes to sleep and wakes up to find that the pianos have been tuned The film jumps between the past and the present and we learn that there is another man living in the house in a hidden basement Of course everything is a little more complicated than this The film is shot in black and white which really emphasises some of the Film Noir quality and creates a tangible sense of threat and mystery The only use of colour and still limited and muted is in Jacobo s dreams Although having little to do with the main story these provide a strong emotional backdrop for the film The music is also very important and very beautiful with some great piano and guitar work There is a lot to digest in this film fear of ageing and change a dash

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  • M Archives | tomjupiter
    and finding your roots Our two lead characters are both children Sam is a member of the khaki scouts the least popular in the group and Suzy lives at home with her solicitor Terracotta Film Festival MY WAY This entry was posted in Film Festivals Film Reviews M Terracotta 2012 Terracotta Film Festival and tagged my way south korean terracota on April 12 2012 by Tom One of the biggest most expensive and downright epic films to come from South Korea MY WAY begins a few years before WWII when Japan had occupied Korea Two young boys one Korean and one Japanese meet and each of them is very good at running Due to the strains on the relationship Review Martha Marcy May Marlene This entry was posted in Film Reviews M and tagged cult film martha marcy may marlene Olsen reviews on February 11 2012 by Tom Stuck between a rock and a hard place I visited the very shiny and new Hackney Picturehouse in order to catch this interesting feature I m not sure what I expected from the film but certainly it impressed me a great deal The film is a study of Martha played by Elizabeth Olson who has spent Margaret This entry was posted in CinetalkTV Film Reviews M on December 12 2011 by Tom Review of Margaret at Cinetalk It s only playing at a few select cinemas but Margaret is well worth looking for Check out my review at Cinetalk Tyrannosaur and Melancholia This entry was posted in CinetalkTV Film Reviews Gate Cinema M T and tagged film melancholia reviews tyrannosaur on October 13 2011 by Tom Reviews up at Cinetalk I saw both Lars Von Trier s MELANCHOLIA and Paddy Considine s debut TYRANNOSAUR at my gorgeous Gate Picturehouse They are both

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  • Catalan Archives | tomjupiter
    who am I Top 5 films of 2013 Top 5 films of 2012 Top 5 films of 2011 Home Catalan Tag Archives Catalan Raindance The Most Important Thing In Life Is Not Being Dead This entry was posted in Film Festivals Film Reviews M Raindance Raindance 2011 and tagged Catalan Spanish on September 30 2011 by Tom THE MOST IMPORTANT THING IN LIFE IS NOT BEING DEAD First let me

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  • Spanish Archives | tomjupiter
    who am I Top 5 films of 2013 Top 5 films of 2012 Top 5 films of 2011 Home Spanish Tag Archives Spanish Raindance The Most Important Thing In Life Is Not Being Dead This entry was posted in Film Festivals Film Reviews M Raindance Raindance 2011 and tagged Catalan Spanish on September 30 2011 by Tom THE MOST IMPORTANT THING IN LIFE IS NOT BEING DEAD First let me

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  • September 30, 2011 | tomjupiter
    Film Festivals Film Reviews M Raindance Raindance 2011 and tagged Catalan Spanish on September 30 2011 by Tom THE MOST IMPORTANT THING IN LIFE IS NOT BEING DEAD First let me say that this film is GORGEOUS A Spanish Swiss film the look is clearly inspired by a mix of classic Film Noir and Catalan art The essence of the story is that Jacobo is a piano tuner with a

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  • Raindance: A Thousand Kisses Deep | tomjupiter
    by jumping from a window Distraught Mia begins to investigate the old woman someone she had never noticed before Quickly things take an intriguing and sinister turn as she discovers her own belongings in the woman s flat including a photo of her ex lover Ludwig Dougray Scott Deeply unsettled Mia speaks to the caretaker Max David Warner who seems to know far more than he is letting on He explains that the lift in the building is in fact a time machine This small info dump was a little clumsy though Mia travels back through momentous occasions in her life coming to terms with her mistakes and faults and her strong affection for an abusive partner She is desperately trying to avoid the future that fate seems to have in store for her There are great performances throughout Jodie Whittaker manages to portray the fragile Mia we feel her weakness as well as her strength The eventual desperation in her character is believable Dougray Scott will be given a great deal of praise for his portrayal of abusive roguish Ludwig His control over Mia is understandable Going from bully to lover all with a sparkle in his eye The film is shot in a very assured manner by Director Dana Lustig The use of music jazz specifically is something that appeals to me in particular It creates a romance and has a timeless quality which helps to tie the various different ages of Mia together The film is an interesting analysis of Mia s character It wasn t surprising to learn in the Q A following the screening that various psychoanalytic processes were used to create the narrative Revisiting important moments from our past working out how that makes us who we are today Although the film is forced

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  • T Archives | tomjupiter
    of 2012 Top 5 films of 2011 Home T Category Archives T Tyrannosaur and Melancholia This entry was posted in CinetalkTV Film Reviews Gate Cinema M T and tagged film melancholia reviews tyrannosaur on October 13 2011 by Tom Reviews up at Cinetalk I saw both Lars Von Trier s MELANCHOLIA and Paddy Considine s debut TYRANNOSAUR at my gorgeous Gate Picturehouse They are both very well downbeat Tyrannosaur is bleak and flawed but has some excellent acting and is very moving Check out my full review here I found Melancholia to be a truly stunning Raindance A Thousand Kisses Deep This entry was posted in Film Festivals Film Reviews Raindance Raindance 2011 T and tagged film Jazz Raindance on September 30 2011 by Tom A THOUSAND KISSES DEEP Mia Jodie Whittaker is dealing with the death of her Mother when an elderly neighbour commits suicide by jumping from a window Distraught Mia begins to investigate the old woman someone she had never noticed before Quickly things take an intriguing and sinister turn as she discovers her own belongings Review Tree of Life 1 This entry was posted in Film Reviews T on July 11 2011 by Tom THOUGHTS ON

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