Director: Woody Allen
Interiors is Woody’s take on a serious drama, probably heavily influenced by his love of Bergman’s work, made in 1978 I found it to be delightfully dramatic, yet with Woody’s work there is always underlying comedy slyly integrated into the characters. I recommend this film to any audience; the subject matter is easily understandable and doesn’t require any real prior knowledge.
Director: Nicholas Gessner
Released in 1976 this so called thriller stars a young Jodie Foster and a handsome young devil named Martin Sheen. The film starts out as a promising mystery/thriller but quickly devolves into a randomly hysterical and confusing mess. My verdict on this one is to give it a miss or watch the first half of the film only.
Director: James Ivory
The remains of the day is a period drama about a butler who has absolute faith in his position and his master, so much so that he sacrifices his own happiness and goes along with his masters wishes even though he is a bigoted Nazi sympathizer who furthered the Nazi cause. It’s a slow tedious watch and whether or not you will enjoy this one will be a testament of your taste.
Director: Kar Wai Wong
As much as I respect Wong Kar Wai, I absolutely hated this film. It’s about cheaters, lost and found love . Since I loathed it, I am not going to bother writing much about it other than that I don’t recommend it.
Director: Richie Mehta
I’ll follow you down was a boring loathsome film about family drama and time travel. I do not recommend it.