Have fun, Barry. Hope you find some good ones. 

 Possibly take into consideration, that not every review has to have a TM or 
FFL moral to it.

 Just figure we know it's there.  You know, virtual like. (-:

---In FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com, <turquoiseb@...> wrote :

 If I wind up posting less than normal during the next week (can I get a 
"Hallelujah, Lord from the chorus?"), it's because there seems to be a film 
festival in my town, only a few blocks from where I live. I think I missed it 
last year because I was in Paris. 

 Leiden International Film Festival http://leidenfilmfestival.nl/en/

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International Film Festival

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 There are a number of interesting films on the program that I'd like to see, 
and may be able to if work schedules permit. The big draw, of course, is 
"Interstellar," Christopher Nolan's guaranteed new box office blockbuster. 
Given the cast and his previous work, this is probably the Big Movie of the 
Year, world-wide. As a result, I would imagine that all the tickets for it are 
already sold, and I will have to wait for the real release. 

I'm also somewhat interested in "Miss Julie," "White Bird in a Blizzard," "My 
Old Lady," "Love Is Strange" (John Lithgow and Alfred Molina in the same 
film...as lovers...that's SO a must-see), "No Man's Land," "St. Vincent," 
"Ida," "The Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby: Him and Her," "Horns," "Class 
Enemy," and "The Salvation" (Mads Mikkelsen in a Danish Western?...another 
must-see). Descriptions of all of these films (and many more) are in the 
program at the link. If you're too lazy to look them up, well...uh...fuck you 
and the weasel you rode in on. :-)

 A time travel flick called "The Infinite Man" is another must-see because it 
has what has to be described as one of the best How Can You Even *Think* Of 
Missing This Showing? film festival descriptions in the history of film 

 In this comical time travel journey, a scientist tries to plan the perfect 
weekend getaway with his girlfriend. Unfortunately, things go terribly wrong, 
and he ends up accidentally trapping himself and his girlfriend in an infinite 
loop. Before the film George van Hal, editor of the magazine New Scientist, 
will take you on a travel through time. He will explain that time travel is not 
only possible, but very easily done, and that we travel through time on a daily 
basis without even knowing it. As a nice bonus he will educate you in all the 
possible paradoxes a potential time traveler might encounter. 

 Can't miss that. :-)

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