HUMMEL Review – Parallel Mothers

Pedro Almodóvar’s “Parallel Mothers” —  a clear contender for the best international film Oscar this year — is a quiet melodrama about two women who give birth on the same day and find their lives intertwined by love and contrived tragedies. It is a contemplative drama about the inner experience of motherhood and loss butContinue reading “HUMMEL Review – Parallel Mothers”

GUG Classic Review: Chimes at Midnight

I recently took an online lecture course about the works and life of Orson Welles and part of the class involved going back and rewatching the majority of his films. One in particular stuck out to me! I’d seen Chimes at Midnight a handful of times since it was released in 2016. My most recentContinue reading “GUG Classic Review: Chimes at Midnight”