Tag Archives: John Heard

Bernt Amadeus Capra – Mindwalk (1990)

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A film that relies heavily on dialogue, but is ultimately fulfilling.

The director has taken the realm of film to display a table top

discussion, or more accurately a philosophical conversation between someone’s most interesting and intelligent friends.

It’s a movie you can imagine yourself as an eavesdropper in on one of the most engaging and interesting discussions on life.

Worth the two hours and a subject matter still topical to world problems today. Read More »

Joan Micklin Silver – Between the Lines (1977)

The staff of the Back Bay Mainline, a Boston underground newspaper that rose to prominence in the 1960s, struggles with the shifting social climate of the ’70s amid rumors that the paper is about to be sold to a media giant. Read More »