Detroit Cinema Culture
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By Jason Ross Jr (Film Genres) 6 May 2021 A theatre, whether virtual or in-person, is more often than not a destination for us to escape from the realities of life. However, certain films spark emotions and provoke thoughts on subjects that can not and should not be ignored. The little voice in your mind … Continue reading Culture Shift: A Review of Born 1982
By Ali Hadi (Film Genres) 6 May 2021 Trigger Warning: Discussion of rape Rose Plays Julie is an Irish film written and directed by Christine Molloy and Joe Lawlor, produced by Desperate Optimists and Samson Films. The film was initially released on October 3, 2019 in the United Kingdom at the London Film Festival. Rose … Continue reading The Inevitability of Uncomfortable Emotion: A Rose Plays Julie (2019) Review
By Logan Daniher (Film Genres) 6 May 2021 The film Minari (2020), directed by Lee Isaac Chung, has been nominated for six academy awards. The film was featured on Cinema Detroit, a virtual viewing center for audience members during the pandemic. Some films are viewable all week and others are featured only on weekends. Any person … Continue reading A Review of Minari: An Emotional Rollercoaster
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