Tag Archives: Ann Dowd

“Apt Pupil”

The film “Apt Pupil” takes place in 1984, in southern California. Students sitting in their sociology class are informed by their teacher (Mickey Cottrell), that their week long study of the Holocaust has finished. If the students are interested, however, … Continue reading

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“American Animals”

At the beginning of “American Animals,” the viewer is informed via title information, that the film is not based on a true story, but is in fact, a true story. The film is not a documentary, it is comprised of … Continue reading

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“Compliance – How Far Would You Go?”

Originally premiering on January 21, 2012 at the Sundance Film Festival, “Compliance” is an unsettling and thought provoking film that, regrettably, is based almost entirely on actual events. The well acted and excellently paced movie, in this blogger’s opinion, will … Continue reading

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