Tag Archives: Holy Motors

April 29

The Place Beyond the Pines – Derek Cianfrance and the testosterone high. (film review)

“You shall not bow down to them or worship them; for I, the LORD your God, am a jealous God, punishing the children for the sin of the fathers to the third and fourth generation of those who hate me…” (Exodus 20:5, NIV) I’m starting to feel a bit like my voice is going to […]

SFF: Holy Motors – Leos Carax and the question of Free Will

Up until last night, Faust was the best film I had seen at the Sydney film Festival ¬†– a film I have yet to review on the blog here. ¬†That’s all changed after seeing Holy Motors. This is easily the best film of the festival. To award it the Palm d’ Or would have been […]

Sydney Film Festival 6 June to 17 June 2012 – My home for the next 12 days.

Lucky lucky me starts my Sydney Film Festival experience tonight – hot hot hot on the heels of Cannes, I have several of the Cannes line-up and winners to see, as well as a slew of other wonderful films. Of particular interest is the films Holy Motors (trailer featured above) and “Moonrise Kingdon” as they […]