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#HFF19 ‘The Flower Society’, reviewed

Reviewed by Tracey Paleo, Gia On The Move In the simplest of ways, The Flower Society tells a story about humanity.  Well, really, about people. How, even in the most harrowing conditions where personal safety and security are threatened, where... Continue Reading →

A Noise Within’s ‘Othello’ Draws Parallels to Current Events

By Kevin Hopps As timely as ever, the jealous fellow: 'Othello.’ “Reputation, reputation, reputation! O, I have lost my reputation!” sounds like a sound bite from the nightly news, a lament from some politician, who’s been caught in a tweet... Continue Reading →

‘Breslin and Hamill: Deadline Artists’ -An HBO documentary

Reviewed by Deborah Klugman Jimmy Breslin and Pete Hamill were 20th century star reporters whose writings served as a conduit between the man of the street and major events of the time. High school graduates, both of Irish extraction, they... Continue Reading →

Film Review: ‘Cold War’

Reviewed by Deborah Klugman It’s not often you see a film about a love affair minus the bells and whistles — the soaring score, the ersatz passion— that taint so many earnest efforts, especially American ones. But Paweł Pawlikowski’s Cold... Continue Reading →

‘White Nights, Black Paradise’: Moral Dilemma, Social Impact, and the African-American Women of the Jonestown Massacre

Contributed by Kevin Hopps How can this happen? How can one man charm, fool, and betray so many people? If you follow the news, you know these are questions on many people’s minds today. And they’re also the questions that... Continue Reading →

The Truth Will Get You Fired in ‘Kings’ at South Coast Rep

by Tracey Paleo, Gia On The Move "The more things change the more they stay the same." Idealists beware if you're headed to Washington. You won't be welcome, and you most likely won't be there for very long. The game... Continue Reading →

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