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Tag Archives: Recommended Film of the Week
Tom’s Recommended Film of the Week Endgame Based on the book The Fall of Apartheid: The Inside Story from Smuts to Mbeki by Robert Harvey, Endgame displays the story of private talks between leading Afrikaner’s and African National Congress leaders … Continue reading
Tom’s Recommended Film of the Week Colditz Remember – the premise of Tom’s Recommended Film of the Week is this: of all the films I’ve watched in the past week, this one (or sometimes two or three) is the one … Continue reading
Tom’s Recommended Film of the Week Doubt and Changeling It’s been quite a while since I made a film recommendation, but this week one of my readers commented that he missed the weekly variety these brought to my blog, so, … Continue reading
dish:) at Berlin Film Festival On the flight from New York to Berlin last night I had the pleasure of meeting Brian Harris Krinsky, a film maker from Los Angeles, California. Brian has a short film titled dish:) in the … Continue reading
Tom’s Recommended Film of the Week The Counterfeiters The Counterfeiters is an outstanding true story film covering the Jewish tradesman concentration camp point of view of the Nazi German attempt to counterfeit the English pound and American Dollar during World War … Continue reading
Tom’s Recommended Film of the Week The Visitor The Visitor is far and away the best film I have watched in the last few weeks. It’s a small, quiet film, with big heart. Well written, good production values, fine acting, … Continue reading
Tom’s Recommended Film of the Week City of God or Cidade de Deus I’ve now watched City of God twice in a week, once by myself and once with my eldest son. This is a great film, well worth your … Continue reading
Tom’s Recommended Film of the Week Haldane of the Secret Service This week I am recommending a film with some trepidation. Haldane of the Secret Service has several marks against it, as well a number of interesting curiosities. First and … Continue reading
Tom’s Recommended Film of the Week Inside I’m Dancing or Rory O’Shea Was Here An outstanding film about life and life in wheelchairs. While physical handicaps are the central element of this film, I also found it had much to offer … Continue reading