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Calendar (1993)

To begin, Calendar (1993) filmed by Atom Egoyan is a story of a photographer and his wife traveling around Armenia taking pictures of different churches for a calendar. This gives to the audience a lovely look at a foreign country but … Continue reading

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Sans Soleil (1983)

Throughout this semester we have been watching films that are vague in their meanings (The Discreet Charm of the Bourgeoisie by Luis Buñuel, 1972) but none have been as difficult to interpret as Sans Soleil. This film is a collection … Continue reading

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The Red and the White (1967)

This film by Miklos Jancso was made to depict the Russian Civil War during the early party of the 20th century. In his film, he does not take the side of the Communist or anti-Communist but rather shows his film … Continue reading

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Dog Day Afternoon(1975)

On a normal day in Brooklyn during the seventies, a couple of men decided to rob a bank. Unknown to the audience is their motive for committing this crime until midway through the film when it is discovered that the … Continue reading

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