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♥ [REVIEW] “Je reviens de mourir” (2008) by Antoine Dole: The breath away

A crush and an unexpected slap. At the publication of the book by Antoine Dole, Je reviens de mourir (aka I Have Died Again, 2008), it is a tragedy! There are critics on all side : a book “too violent”, “unsuited to the public”, “without hope or desire for redemption”. Indeed, the book is harsh. The description of pain and despair makes the story difficult to read. However, this brutality does not leave us indifferent… You go through all the colors and read each sentence, shuddering.

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Starred Up (2013), in the Name of the Son

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Prison movies have, over the years, become an proper genre, and is by essence the most difficult to be renewed. Due to its very restricted unit of time and space, it forces the directors and the scriptwriters to run the suggestion box at full speed, in order not to fall in certain agreements and common places, sometimes wanted by the spectator, eager for strong sensations. Our opinion on Starred Up by David MacKenzie.

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[REVIEW] “Lovelace” (2013) by Rob Epstein and Jeffrey Friedman

Made with a budget of 25,000 dollars for six days of shooting, the film Deep Throat (1972) by Gerard Damiano has grossed over $ 600 million thirty years later (see Wikipedia). The biopic Lovelace (2013) by Rob Epstein and Jeffrey Friedman (The Celluloid Closet, Paragraph 175) invites us to follow the meteoric rise of a naive and shy American young woman who became suddenly a porn star.

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