Blu-Ray Review – Jarman Volume One: 1972-1986

Derek Jarman was one of the most unique artists, never mind filmmakers, that Britain produced in the 20th century. He was willing to challenge the form of cinema itself constantly, with varying degrees of success, and was openly gay from the beginning of his career. He very sadly passed away from AIDS-related complications after a … Continue reading Blu-Ray Review – Jarman Volume One: 1972-1986

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Blu-Ray Review – Breathless (1983)

It took serious cojones when Jim McBride decided to remake one of the most “sacred” films of the French New Wave: Jean-Luc Godard's À Bout de Souffle. The original was an utter classic, with Belmondo channelling Bogart and Jean Seberg becoming the dream girl of many a young man. However, if anybody was going to remake … Continue reading Blu-Ray Review – Breathless (1983)