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1 member found this review helpful Really hard to watch...in one sitting! It's like one of those books or nights that you don't want to end. You willingly surrender to the magic Eric weaves with our own memories and the tumults of youth. All so perfectly set to the music of ocean's surf and the cry of seagulls. Its a tale you will want to watch every summer. (more)

1 member found this review helpful Fantastic movie...it's got it all...cultural nuance...laughs, tears, twists and turns...a movie about life and culture. Timeless (more)

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  • L'assenza

    L'assenza

    Reviewed by countfink

    "L'assenza" is a 20 minute diamond that playfully explores the paradoxical conundrum of the film lover. Life and art do not imitate each other; instead they share a weird symbiosis in soft focus.... (more)

  • The Columbarium

    The Columbarium

    Reviewed by countfink

    This little movie quickly yet subtly draws you inside the Columbarium, one of San Francisco's most unique, yet overlooked landmarks. If there is one problem with this film is that the visit is... (more)

  • Nani

    Nani

    Reviewed by michaelread

    This beautiful little film packs a lot of heart and soul into its short run-time. Great acting, good story and some stunning cinematography. That shot at the end of Nani and the wall is pure... (more)

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  • Brian Eno: The Man Who Fell to Earth

    Brian Eno: The Man Who Fell to Earth

    Reviewed by nuntukamen

    15 of 16 members found this review helpful An absolutely profound look at Eno and the development of ambient music. This is the type of in-depth indie film I was hoping to locate, educational and entertaining, an historically accurate... (more)

  • Fear and Trembling

    Fear and Trembling

    Reviewed by emteezy1

    11 members found this review helpful From the onset I thought I would watch "the French version of Office Space," and I could not have been, both more incorrect, and more pleased that it wasn't. As a female having worked in... (more)

  • Sita Sings the Blues

    Sita Sings the Blues

    Reviewed by sam0000268441

    10 of 11 members found this review helpful For those who are familiar with the story of the Ramayana will find this intriguing and quite amusing. And if you aren't, then this will still be worth your while. Certainly the various styles of... (more)