Beasts of the Southern Wild: pointless, infantile and mendacious

3 thoughts on “Beasts of the Southern Wild: pointless, infantile and mendacious”

    1. Well, it all depends on your taste. The films I have like most recently have been Le Havre, Nostalgia for the Light, Ai Weiwei: Never Sorry, and Roy Andersson’s Songs From The Second Floor. I’ve written reviews of all of them here (just enter a title in the search box or click on Film on the home page). I’m looking forward to seeing Five Broken Cameras in a week or so – a documentary shot entirely in and around a Palestinian village in the occupied West Bank by Emad Burnat, a smallholder who spent days and nights recording life about him in the township where his family has lived for generations.

      1. Basically I am now quite lazy on catching up with culture (buried in land concerns) and you seem to be coming from a direction I can relate to so I will try a few of these on DVD. Thanks!

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