“While his story chronicles the tragedy of a disease that plagued the gay community for an entire generation, it is also the colourful celebration of a life lived to the fullest, creating a legacy of hope, pride and brightness even in the darkest of times.”
“Can we remove art from its persistent association with trauma and pain, or must every artwork have some sort of psychological explanation? A look into the subject of Gentileschi’s most famous artwork is in itself an interesting exploration of identity and how it plays into different styles of representation.”
“The catacombs of Paris have been a source of morbid fascination for centuries. From Victor Hugo’s Les Misérables to Gaston Leroux’s Phantom of the Opera, the sinister past and mysterious events surrounding these tunnels of the dead have inspired the adventurous and creative alike for as long as they have existed.”
The movie follows a Syrian refugee child who attempts to sue his poverty-stricken parents for bringing him into the world (yes, you did read that right). Over its 2 hours and 30 minutes of running time, it takes our beloved Ethics Wheel and unapologetically explodes it into a thousand little pieces.