Archive for June 5th, 2010

With the review for Splice already posted, you know my thoughts about the film itself. But what about the visual mastery of the opening title sequence? I can tell you it was one of my favorite parts of the film.  Overlooking the fact that it was the longest credit intro I’ve seen, it is creatively [...]

U.S. TELLS IRANIAN ART ‘WE’RE JUST NOT THAT INTO YOU’ The first ever US sale of Iranian contemporary art was held in New York last month, but met with a lukewarm response. Despite the world’s largest Iranian expatriate community, the US market for contemporary Iranian art “is still in its infancy”, said Rizvi-Khursheed, particularly in [...]

The opening scene plays out visually through the eyes of ‘something’ being born. Stuck in a womb, it cannot come out by itself and it is slipping in and out of consciousness. Through this vision, we experience what it would be like if we were aware of our birth and I give props to director [...]

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