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Call Me By Your Name

11 . 27 . 17

The continuous negative news cycle has me seeking out beauty in movies, books, and museum exhibitions. It’s one of the reasons I made it a point to see Call Me By Your Name this past weekend. As I mentioned in my post Upcoming Oscar Worthy Films, the film is getting the most Oscar buzz right now. […]

The film Nocturnal Animals is now available on demand so I recently watched it again. I fast forwarded the uncomfortable parts and focused on the chic scenes of Amy Adams’ character and her modernist home. Today I found out that the Malibu home in question actually belongs to real estate mogul Kurt Rappaport and was […]

Nocturnal Animals

12 . 28 . 16

I saw Tom Ford’s recently released film Nocturnal Animals on Christmas Day. A holiday movie it is not but I’m glad I saw it for the cinematography and sets. The story is based on the book Tony and Susan and follows art gallery owner Susan Morrow, played by Amy Adams, who receives a book proof from her ex-husband […]

The Girl on the Train

07 . 20 . 16

I have a very bad habit of buying books and not reading them. My other bad habit is starting a book but not finishing it because I start reading another new book. It’s a vicious cycle that I’m trying to remedy this summer. It does comes in handy though when you realize that you already own […]

The Tribeca Film Festival is a very exciting time in New York for movie buffs. I was very lucky to get tickets to new documentary The First Monday in May last night and can’t say enough good things about the film. It was conceived by Andrew Rossi who previously directed the award winning documentary Page One: Inside […]

Valentine’s Day weekend seems like the perfect time to announce that a documentary about the venerable jewelry house Tiffany & Co. will be released on February 19th. Crazy About Tiffany’s was fully authorized by Tiffany & Co. and was written and directed by Matthew Miele who also made Scatter My Ashes at Bergdorfs who spent three years making […]

By the Sea

11 . 13 . 15

I’m not really a fan of Angelina Jolie or Brad Pitt but I was intrigued enough by their new film to put aside my prejudices and see the film last night. By the Sea is set at a seaside hotel in the South of France in the 1970’s which is really what peeked my interest. […]

A Little Chaos

06 . 15 . 15

As a devout Francophile, I will see any film set in France so I’m looking forward to A Little Chaos which will be released June 26, 2015. It’s a fictionalized account of a female garden designer hired by landscape architect André le Nôtre to work on a water feature in the garden of Versailles for […]

I’ve been on a film kick lately. I’ve recently seen the Woman in Gold which will touch your heart, Dior and I which will inspire you, and While We’re Young which might amuse you. I was very much looking forward to seeing Far From the Madding Crowd but just realized I’ll be out of the country when […]

LA FRENCH

03 . 14 . 15

One of the great things about flying Air France, besides the delicious meals, is the selection of films. I was finally able to see Birdman and thoroughly enjoyed Reese Witherspoon in Wild but it was the French film, La French, the really impressed me. It stars Jean Dujardin as Pierre Michel, the magistrate of Marseille in the […]

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