Spectacular, crisp footage as cameras follow
The eleventh mission of the program Apollo.
Spine-tingles as we feel
Those first steps with Neil …
And the universe doesn’t feel so vast or hollow.
Pioneering subway art photography in 70s New York City,
Martha’s insightful pics highlighted graffiti: gorgeously gritty.
Fifty skilled years at the lens
(A world originally only mens’).
A compelling subject, Martha’s wonderfully (dryly) witty.
Goodes: a hero deserving of respect, but copped racists queuing
Up to throw racial slurs and engage in vile booing.
Well beyond just the game,
This scourge is a national shame …
And this excellent film is absolutely compulsive viewing.
Ex-director Salvador has maladies by the score,
Visits Alberto, his lead from 32 years before.
Boyhood memories float by …
A cave with a gateway to the sky.
Stunning performance from Banderas: sensitive to the core.
Hutchence: the sexy, lanky frontman with charisma to burn.
So much new information here for us to learn
In this doco (with so much heart)
About the iconic man and his art …
And the tragedy that in this world he had a short turn.
Film student Julie: trying to prove her directorial vision will fit.
There’s insufferable Anthony: a wanker, user and ultimate git.
The pacing: perfection.
Swinton Byrne shines. And every moment is exquisitely lit.
Joana: side divorce whisperer who wants couples’ love to re-grow.
To a cultish mega (& mini) church she and hubby Danilo go.
A devotion intense; grown from the molecular …
While wrestling bureaucracy (secular).
Visually stunning, some cheeky wit, but at times repetitive/slow.