Brandy Burre is a trained actress who is artfully aware of the camera and its power: the director uses her skill as a performer to animate the film.
This is a movie that one Stone Roses fan made for other Stone Roses fans to enjoy. There’s nothing wrong with that though, and judged in this way, it’s a winner.
By Justin Marble August 4, “Best of the Oughts” at the Brattle: Putting together a list of the best films of the decade is quite difficult, and putting together a film series might be even tougher. But the Brattle appears to have done a good job, pulling in a mix of Hollywood and indie films […]
By Justin Marble March 2–4: “Children of Invention” at the Brattle: Young filmmaker Tze Chun’s first feature was shot on location in Boston and focuses on a single mother with two small children struggling to make ends meet. When she doesn’t return home one night from her con-artist-esque job, it falls to the older brother […]
By Justin Marble Feb. 5-9, Recent Raves at the Brattle: Left out of the film talk at your last dinner party? Here’s your chance to get caught up. The Brattle is hosting a week of some of the best films of 2009, sponsored by the Boston Society of Film Critics. Harder to find titles like […]