During the Bram Stoker Festival in Dublin, we went to the Pepper Canister Church for a screening of Faust. It’s a film you always hear about, one you always intend to watch, but also one you never get around to see.
Boyhood is a somewhat experimental film by Richard Linklater. It tells the story of a boy growing over the course of 12 years. Rather than use different actors, Linklater filmed it over 12 years, using the same actors so they would age naturally on screen.
Jason Sudeikis once starred in a comedy sketch to promote football on NBC (or rather, soccer as Americans insist on calling it). The premise of An American Coach in London is that an American football coach, Ted Lasso, has been hired to coach football in the UK.
In rural China, many parents give up on raising their children themselves so they can go to the cities and work. They work so they can provide their children with an education and go on to have the lives the couldn’t have themselves.