Monthly Archives: August 2012

  1. ‘Amour’, by Michael Haneke


    August 14, 2012 by Me and My Monkeys

    Amour¬†is almost too difficult to watch, let alone review. An elderly couple grappling with illness, mortality and loss is hardly …
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  2. ‘Dark Horse’, by Todd Solondz

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    August 7, 2012 by Me and My Monkeys

    All reviewers of Dark Horse will say that it is a darkish, dry comedy. And it is. The first twenty …
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  3. ‘Oslo , 31. August’, by Joachim Trier


    August 5, 2012 by Me and My Monkeys

    Oslo, 31. August is a slow burning meditation on how difficult it is to be alive. Despite – or perhaps …
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