A computer science graduate from the University of Edinburgh. Enjoys reading and writing about film. As for my taste...I adore Jean Renoir, Akira Kurosawa, David Lean, Steven Spielberg, Woody Allen, David Cronenberg, Robert Altman, Martin Scorsese, Charlie Chaplin, and the great Alfred Hitchcock. His Vertigo is the best film ever made, a gift to the medium that reaffirms the art.
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A young man who discovers he can travel in time decides to use it to try and get a girlfriend.
When their factory is threatened with closure, a group of men plan to raise the funds to buy it by selling their sperm.
After failing to win a sheep washing competition, a young shepherd considers life in the city.
Thoughts and confrontations about family history at the home of the director's deceased grandmother.
Conversations across the Israeli-Palestinian divide, and memories of a love affair.
A deep dive into the grey area of sexual abuse told through the story of Gili, a teenager who in order to improve her lame social status hooks up with several different boys, all from her new school.
The director looks back at her youthful romance in Paris with a small-time criminal.
A cinema projectionist remembers witnessing a massacre.
An art historian explores haunting memories in the village he visited as a child.
This documentary follows the efforts by various Palestinians to cross the 7m high wall that separates the Palestinian Territories from Israel.
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