MIFF 2018: Sorry Angel

Sorry Angel is the latest film by French auteur filmmaker Christophe Honoré (Dans Paris, Love Songs). The film headlined at Melbourne’s International Film Festival having premiered at Cannes, inevitably making its way around the globe to various other festivals this year. The film is a love story set in France during 1993, as the visibilityContinue reading “MIFF 2018: Sorry Angel”

MIFF 2018: Damsel

A part of the Melbourne International Film Festival’s official 2018 selection, Damsel is a tender ode to frontier films which places their traditional archetypes and tropes central to its particular satire. The film is the latest from the Zellner brothers whose 2014 film Kumiko was also shown at MIFF, further emphasising the festival’s eye forContinue reading “MIFF 2018: Damsel”

Girl Asleep: High School Horrors

Girl Asleep is an Australian film directed by Rosemary Meyers and written by Matthew Whittet, based upon a play by the same writer. It is a portrayal of adolescence set during the 1970s, allowing dance sequences that verge on excessive. Please do not get me wrong, there were elements of this film that I trulyContinue reading “Girl Asleep: High School Horrors”