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Daily Archives: May 17, 2021
Teaser trailer, summer release. Eye popping.
This 2016 locals “share our stories” film makes it to video on June 8.
If you’re Muslim and you die in Newark, chances are your body will pass through the caring hands of Hanif, a casket-maker and ritual body washer who lives and works there. Hanif is an accomplished craftsman and a member of … Continue reading
There are days when horror movie film school must sound like NBA practice. “The key…is ISOLATION.” Just as star players perform best when they get a one-on-one matchup with a foe, horror movies are built on villains invariably splitting up … Continue reading
Documentary Review: The perpetrators of The Holocaust, “just following orders,” give their “Final Account”
They are ordinary people, the elderly EveryGerman you’d meet in the park feeding the birds, gathered for a kaffeeklatsch or simply reminiscing in groups in retirement homes. Their names never made it on the court dockets at Nuremberg, never gained … Continue reading