I Do… Until I Don’t follows a filmmaker named Vivian (played by Dolly Wells), as she’s making a documentary about marriage and its challenges. She focuses her film on three dysfunctional couples – Lake Bell and Ed Helms, who are trying to have a baby, Amber Heard and Wyatt Cenac, who have more of an… [Read More]
Albert Einstein crying, alone, at a train station–is this rock bottom for him?
The case, Loving v. Virginia, is considered one of the landmark civil rights cases of the 1960s. This is not the story of the battle to overturn an unjust law—that is merely a side issue in the story. This is the story of the two people whose name is the referent of the case.
This week, the Norton boys (Jason and Steve) punch their ticket with THE GIRL ON THE TRAIN. How do we define who we are? Does the ‘perfect relationship’ really exist? Can Steve tell the difference between methods of transportation? All this and more, only on ScreenFish. Want to continue to conversation at home? Click the link… [Read More]
Free State of Jones contains good performances and discussion-worthy issues, but director Gary Ross presents them in an piecemeal and uneven manner, ruining what could’ve been something special.
Iranian filmmaker Asghar Farhadi has developed a following in the last few years with films like The Past, About Elly, and the Best Foreign Language Oscar winner A Separation (for which Farhadi also received a writing nomination).
What is the cost of infidelity within a marriage? Should it just be assumed that a man will wander? What about a woman? In the Shadow of Women takes a look at such questions in the lives of a young couple.
“Those memories—they’re things, aren’t they?” Memories can be the things that keep people together or tear them apart. In 45 Years, a couple about to celebrate a milestone anniversary suddenly have memories brought up that threaten their future happiness. Kate and Geoff Mercer (Charlotte Rampling and Tom Courtenay) are planning a celebration for the 45th… [Read More]