Your Independent Movie Guide
| October 19, 2018
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Filmed in faded tones, as if anticipating the arrival of World War I, “Villa Des Roses” in itself feels faded. Characters wonder, laugh, and talk, but...
This movie creates a real sense of disconnect between its young characters and its adults. It prompted me to think about parenting, and children wanting to...
Three friends rent a cabin in a state forest and meet two pretty sisters. It seems like life couldn’t be better. Or maybe not…
John Boggi’s The...