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Poetry

  • Indiewire  News

    "Aftershock" Sends Waves at Asian Pacific Screen Awards

    "Aftershock," from Chinese director Xiaogang Feng, was the big winner at the fourth annual Asia Pacific Screen Awards (APSA), picking up the Best Feature Film Award at the awards ceremony held in Queensland, Australia. In addition, "Aftershock" nabbed its lead actor, Chen Daoming, the Best Performan...

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  • Indiewire  Reviews

    Is Jack Kerouac Unfilmable? 'Big Sur' is the Latest to Raise the Question

    It's understandable why Kerouac has eluded cinematic adaptation. He was king of the Beats, immortalized in his own characters Sal Paradise and Jack Duluoz, founder of a literary movement, creator of an aesthetic style, and perpetrator of a physically and spiritually ecstatic lifestyle.

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    REVIEW | Solace in Verse: Lee Chang-dong's "Poetry"

    Korean director Lee Chang-dong generally displays an interest in outspoken characters suffering from irrevocable loss. His latest feature, "Poetry," continues that trend with a moving portrait of creative discovery and the pressures of age. Yung Jungee plays the 66-year-old Mija, a gentle woman copi...

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