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It's 1987 and poised to sweep the floor at the UK Junior Salsa Championships, 13-year-old Bruce Garrett has fire in his heels and the world at his feet... until one fateful night, a freakish bullying incident robs him of his confidence and diverts his life down a very different path. 25 years later, having locked away his boyhood dreams, shabby, overweight Bruce (Nick Frost) finds himself unloved and emotionally inert, with the passionate beating heart of a salsa king laying dormant.
The film stunned audiences in international film festivals in nine countries, including Canada's Toronto After Dark, Germany's Rosebud Entertainment Fantasy Festival, Spain's Fancine - Festival de Cine Fantastico and South Korea's Puchon International Fantastic Film Festival.
The real-life story of one man's battle for justice. A powerful and moving tribute to great strength and heroic conviction ...The story of one man - and one people's - unwavering hope for change.
From Hungarian auteur Béla Tarr (2011 Berlinale winner The Turin Horse, Satantango) and with Oscar-winning actress Tilda Swinton (We Need to Talk about Kevin) comes the existential dazzler The Man From London. And from prolific Korean master Hong Sang- soo (Woman Is the Future of Man, Tale of Cinema) arrives a sharply funny tale of male woe, Night and Day.
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DVD Review SECRET SUNSHINE (Criterion Blu-ray)
This drama promises to be yet another example of just how great Korean cinema is. Venerable director Lee Chang-dong is one of Korea's best filmmakers, and with actress Jeon Do-yeon leading the way, this has to be great.
...connects these two wars with little attention paid to divisive politics, choosing instead to focus on the personal stories of eight Vietnam veterans whose children have served in Iraq. The stories examine the pride, fear, and myriad of emotions and challenges that parents and their children face during deployment, each with their own perspective and expectations. Though the stories are unique to the individual families, these intimate profiles resonate with all of us: the stories of the men and women who fought and fight for themselves, their families, and their country.
DVD Review LIE TO ME: SEASON ONE
The first season of this new show wouldn't be what it is without great work by Tim Roth, and now that it's out on DVD, I'm looking forward to delve deeper into the storyline.
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