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Gentle and soft-spoken, the man many call Teacher speaks eloquently in Klayman’s film, describing himself, as among other things, a chess player: “My opponents make a move, I make a move.” In the recent, best-known part of his career, the line between these moves and his art is unclear.
From now until the end of August, The Brattle will be showing a variety of international action flicks chock full of fight scenes, car chases, and karate chops to the head during these final dog days of summer.
Can you imagine a carnival-themed afterlife where sinners are sent to pay for their choices? And in this afterlife, what chance would a conniving kleptomaniac, a gullible girl, and a grief-obsessed father stand against their transgressions?
The Woods Hole Film Festival is an eight day showcase of independent films featuring daily screenings, workshops, panel discussions, and parties galore! And this year marks the 21st anniversary of the festival, which means there is a lot to do.
Color Me Obsessed takes us back to the very beginning of The Replacements, their public onstage breakup in 1991 and everything in between. Sounds standard, but it’s not.