Touching the Void of Kevin MacDonald. Great story, very impressive footage.
After the Tone of Digna Sinke in Eye today. Excellent. Very touching. I was very impressed. I was going to go to another film in the afternoon, but after watching After the Tone I went straight home to digest this film.
Kenau of Maarten Treurniet in Ketelhuis. This Dutch films got some really bad reviews, even 1 star in one of the national newspapers. So I was prepared. When arriving at the Ketelhuis cinema we learned that the film would screen in cinema 3, where all the bad films are screened. But it wasn’t that bad (or maybe it was worse, thus better). We laughed a lot, but that wasn’t meant to, but there were also some good patriotic parts that moved me. Yes the film is bad, but I had a good time.
A Touch of Sin, Tian Zhu Ding, of Zhangke Jia in Eye on the 5th. Starts promising but slowly falls apart as if two film, a good and a bad one, are combined. But it doesn’t matter, because it is always nice to watch chinese films.
Her of Spike Jonze in The Movies on the 28th. My wife thought that Theodore and Amy kill themselves at the end, but my daughter and I didn’t. But if anyone like to comment on that, your welcome.
Before the Devil Knows You’re Dead of Sidney Lumet in De Uitkijk, we want cinema. Realized in the cinema I’d already seen it. What a depressing film.
The Monuments Men of of George Clooney in The Movies yesterday. It worked for me, but I know a lot of the things that aren’t been told. Next to me was a teenage boy who was really bored. It takes more than this film to become convinced that art is worth fighting for. If I would interpret the rating on imdb not everyone agrees with me here.
Carnage of Roman Polanski on monday. Not the firework I was expecting.
Dogma of Kevin Smith. I loved Clerks. Watched it on IFFR and re-watched it many times. I will not watch this one again.