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What a glorious film.
Chinese Penhold premiered at the 2010 Sundance Film Festival.
I thoroughly enjoyed this five minute gem. In the opening scenes it reminded me of the film Peaceful Warrior. Certainly carrying similar themes of self-competition and distractions in life.
It follows a man Jake Scribner (Jake Miller) whose underlying passion for competition clashes with his girlfriend who isn’t the nicest of people. Continue reading
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After reading a bit about the background, I found the short-and-sweet episodes to be easily digestible.
It is a popular underground web-series about a New York woman surrounded by ‘crackpot relatives’.
The episode I watched was quirky and weird, but almost to the point of being cringe-worthy. The characters were theatrical and outrageous – certainly made for the stage.
It is, however, created by several accomplished writers, directors and actors, particularly … Continue reading
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