A slow creeper from the San Francisco International Film Festival.
It’s back. And it’s full of movies.
It’s time for San Francisco’s big ol’ international film festival. I’ve seen a few, and am intrigued by a few more.
If you haven’t seen Coherence, don’t read most of this article.
That’s Viggo Mortensen, Kirsten Dunst, and Oscar Isaac acting squiggly throughout the scenic Mediterranean.
The innocuous looking and sounding Forest Lane is quite real. It’s the maps that pull the wool.
In which, by way of SFIFF entry Harmony Lessons, I ponder the film festival drama as its own genre, one I may have no business opining upon.
With their bobbling heads, their self-important crowing, and their puffed-up plumage, it is quite difficult to look a rooster in the eye and take its opinions seriously.
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