Tag Archives: Lenny Abrahamson

June 17

Frank – Lenny Abrhamson drags outsider art inside. (Film Review)

Frank is showing at the Sydney Film Festival. You can grab your tickets here. Lenny Abrahamson’s What Richard Did was a dark, unassuming film whose impact relied on a combination of not knowing what to expect despite knowing the plot, Jack Raynor’s fine performance that included vulnerability and a remarkably universal take on issues of […]

December 06

What Richard Did – Lenny Abrahamson gives us more than a morality tale. (Film Review)

It’s surprising there aren’t more “anti-boiurgoise” films being made these days. ┬áSome of our best film, literature, art and music come from a loathing of the privileged middle class and its annoying patronage that the arts cannot live without. Certainly we see less rebellion against this strangely cloistered section of society who keep mental moral […]