Author Archives: shiragreenberg

Calendar

In Aton Egoyan’s film Calendar, the main character, a photographer, deals with memory and time. He was sent to Armenia to take pictures of churches for a calendar. He slowly loses his wife to the taxi driver over this trip. … Continue reading

Posted in Film Response 05/02 | Comments Off on Calendar

Sans Soleil

When I think about the topic of memories in Sans Soleil, my brain hurts. To try to dissect Sans Soleil is truly painful. But I think that there are two types of memory that stuck out to me from watching … Continue reading

Posted in Film Response 04/04 | Comments Off on Sans Soleil

Confusing Daisies

Daisies is a film that can only be described as confusing. After watching it, researching it, and re-watching it, I cannot say that I completely understand it. But I have come to the conclusion that this type of movie is … Continue reading

Posted in Film Response 03/07 | Comments Off on Confusing Daisies

Alice vs. Dorothy

Alice Doesn’t Live Here Anymore When I first started watching this movie I had a flashback to The Wizard of Oz. Alice Doesn’t Live Here Anymore starts off with a little girl singing which is the kind of feel that … Continue reading

Posted in Film Response 02/23 | 2 Comments