Bashir’s Vision

It's tough to think of a better documentary topic than "the Blind Boxer." I'm not overly familiar with the sport, but I imagine it has to be something of a novel concept even to the most diehard fans. However, by the last scene in Bashir's Vision, I began to wonder if the topic is a bit too rich - so much so … Continue Reading


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The room is dim. Four musicians tinker with their instruments as a fifth, the front man, walks onstage. A slight but noticeable crescendo accompanies his entrance. He is tall with a strong build. A large paper mache … Continue Reading


The Guest

With the door firmly closed behind him, the darkly sinister stranger has locked out any hope of escape with a stern push of the handle. Our female protagonist sits silently, frozen with fear at the thought of her … Continue Reading



Manakamana is one of the most important films of 2014: not for greater culture or the world at large, but for cinema. Stephanie Spray and Pacho Velez's documentary about passengers taking a cable car to a Nepalese … Continue Reading