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Tribeca: ‘Swimming Home’ is an Intriguing, Perplexing Character Study

Opening one’s home to a stranger can be seen as an act of generosity, but it also presents a calculated risk. Someone may come claiming the best intentions and have ulterior motives which put everyone who is already within the home in danger. There are those who are inherently more trustworthy because they know that…

Christopher Abbott to Replace Ryan Gosling as the ‘Wolf Man’

@Photo by USA Network/Peter Kramer/USA Network – © 2017 USA Network Media, LLC Christopher Abbott is slated to replace Ryan Gosling in the next Wolf Man movie, scheduled for release on October 25, 2024, just six days before Halloween. Abbott most recently appeared in Poor Things, and starred opposite Tom Holland in the Apple miniseries The…

New York Film Festival Review – ‘Poor Things’ is a Mesmerizing Creative Triumph from Yorgos Lanthimos

Filmmaker Yorgos Lanthimos has established himself as a teller of bizarre stories weaving dark humor and unexpected scenarios together in the most intriguing possible way. His Oscar-nominated Greek-language breakthrough, Dogtooth, was an exceptional film that led to his English-language hits The Lobster and The Favourite. While he frequently collaborates on original scripts with Efthimis Filippou…

Sanctuary : Q & A with Actors Christopher Abbott, Margaret Qualley and Director Zachary Wigon

Synopsis : Set over the course of one night in a single hotel room, “Sanctuary” tells the story of a dominatrix (Margaret Qualley) and Hal (Christopher Abbott), her wealthy client. About to inherit his late father’s position and fortune, Hal tries to end their relationship, but when his attempt to cut ties backfires, disaster ensues….

POOR THINGS | Official Teaser | Searchlight Pictures : Starring Emma Stone, Willem Dafoe, Mark Ruffalo and Directed by Yorgos Lanthimos

Searchlight Pictures has released a new teaser for director Yorgos Lanthimos’ latest outing, “Poor Things” — which stars Emma Stone. The trailer featured only 30 seconds of footage and one line of dialogue. But there’s a lot of intriguing elements and an engaging collection of surreal imagery from the mind of Lanthimos (The Lobster, The…

Tribeca Festival Review – ‘The Forgiven’ is Typical Social Commentary from John Michael McDonagh

There’s often a tremendous gap between the rich and the poor, and the lack of acknowledgment of that disparity can serve to foster resentment. Many people who have plenty tend to treat those who have little as beneath them, as if hiring them is a gift rather than a contract and they should be expected…