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Lost In Paris Review by O. W. Dee

July 22nd, 2017 |

The body is the actor’s instrument. Rarely has that instrument been put to more effective use then in the slapstick French comedy film “Lost in Paris.” Writer-director Fiona Gordon is riveting as a prim Canadian librarian who decides to visit her aging aunt, a former dancer, played by the renown French actress Emmanuelle Riva. The […]

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June 30th, 2017 |

So many of you have asked us the question we’ve been hearing several times a day almost every day for the last 6 months or so….”When are you moving?” So in order to keep our loyal Zoe community in the know, we wanted to keep you updated about our progress with the new space. For […]

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Wakefield Review by W. R. Bouday

June 28th, 2017 |

Wakefield review By W.R. Bouday “Star quality is the ability to project, without effort, the outlines of a unique personality.” – Danny Massey Well, if Massey is correct, then Bryan Cranston, star of the new film Wakefield, has it in diamonds. The movie, written and directed by Robin Swicord, is based on a New Yorker […]

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A Quiet Passion Review by Dan Missildine

May 28th, 2017 |

A Quiet Passion, starring Cynthia Nixon, is as exquisite and spare as an Emily Dickinson poem which befits this magnificent portrait of the 19th Century poetess, unappreciated in her lifetime but now recognized as one of the most influential writers in American history. “Why aren’t there more movies being made like this?” asked one viewer […]

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20th Century Women By O.W. Dee

March 28th, 2017 |

20th Century Women liked to talk. If the gently funny movie of the same name is any indication, the conversations back then were well worth listening to. In the story set in 1979 Santa Barbara, we welcome an era before cell phones, internet and millions of cable TV stations, when people often talked (heavens!) face […]

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