This time on the podcast I have on Inkoo Kang, writer over at The L.A. Times, Village Voice and Indiewire, to discuss the world of Pedro Almodovar and his 1999 feature, All About My Mother.
I guess if I didn’t call this an interesting week I’d be lying. I finally attended a screening of a double bill at the Liguanea Club and I can’t help but be perturbed by it all. I’m sure the guy has the best of intentions but it’s just not for me. It’s been something that’s on … Continue reading “WHAT I’VE BEEN WATCHING: JAN 18 – JAN 24”
Do I have to talk about this week in hand??? I don’t know what to say. The European Film Festival has begun and I’ve only seen one film thusfar (discussed below) and if I keep to my hope I have eight more to watch in the next ten days (not sure if I’ll actually manage … Continue reading “WHAT I’VE BEEN WATCHING: MAY 11 – MAY 17”
This is a part of my Pedro Almodovar Marathon. I honestly didn’t know I could plan this better. With the weekend past being mother’s day and this month’s upcoming Blindspot (still preparing to watch) being All About Eve this film was somewhat perfectly placed to buffer between all these things. Manuela (Cecilia Roth) is the single mother … Continue reading “MOVIE REVIEW: ALL ABOUT MY MOTHER (1999)”