Month: June 2013

Satellite Boy REVIEW

Written by Guillermo Troncoso. Satellite Boy tells the story of Pete (Cameron Wallaby), a ten-year-old boy who lives with his grandfather, Jagamarra (played by classic Indigenous actor David Gulpilil), on an abandoned open-air cinema in Outback Australia. When his home is threatened with demolition, Pete and his best friend Kalmain (Joseph Pedley) decide to make …

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‘Tabu’ MOVIE REVIEW: A Languid, Symbolism-Heavy Film That Won’t Be for Everyone

Tabu is a star crossed lovers tale told in two parts. Part One, ‘Paradise Lost’, is set in modern-day Lisbon. Using the film language of a contemporary European character drama, it is slow and contemplative. We meet the Juliet of this Romeo and Juliet tale, Aurora (dawn), as an old lady coming to the end …

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