Limitless Cinema in Broken English

September 9, 2010

EACH FILM…AN ISLAND (2010, Kidlat Tahimik, A++++++++++)

Filed under: Uncategorized — celinejulie @ 10:49 pm

FAV. FILMS SEEN RECENTLY:

1.EACH FILM…AN ISLAND? (2010, Kidlat Tahimik, Philippines)

2.A MILLION THREADS (2007, Thu Thu Shein, Myanmar)

3.ANGRY MAN (2009, Anita Killi, Norway)

4.PLEASE SAY SOMETHING (2009, David O’Reilly, Ireland)

5.LA FORET (2010, Lionel Rupp, Switzerland)

6.YOU AND ME PUT THE ‘YOU’ AND ‘ME’ IN ‘YOU AND ME’ (2010, Chi Too, Malaysia)

7.MY HOME (2010, Daniel Hui, Singapore)

8.TIME’S UP (2009, Marie-Catherine Theiler, Jan Peters, Germany)

9.BECAUSE OF YOU (2010, Gym Lumbera, Philippines)

10.FILM ROLL (2007, Alvin Yapan, Philippines)

11.ZIGURATE (2009, Carlos Eduardo Nogueira, Brazil)

12.SIEMIANY (2009, Philip James McGoldrick, Belgium)

13.SORES & SIRIN (2008, Katrin Gebbe, Germany

14.LE SILENCE SOUS L’ÉCORCE (2009, Joanna Lurie, France)

15.ELLA (2009, Hanne Larsen, Norway)

As for MY HOME, I wonder why the film is proclaimed as a reaction to NO DAYS OFF by Eric Khoo. I like NO DAYS OFF very much, so I wonder what the director of MY HOME thinks about NO DAYS OFF. I think MY HOME should be screened together with JEANNE DIELMAN, 23 QUAI DU COMMERCE, 1080 BRUXELLES (1975, Chantal Akerman) and NATHALIE GRANGER (Marguerite Duras), because these three films deal with plotless activities of women.

I think this might be the blog of Daniel Hui, the director of MY HOME:
http://daniel-hui.blogspot.com/

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