The Blue Room Review

By Anthony Zangrillo In a world of dramatized French eroticism, actor/director Mathieu Amalric (“The Diving Bell and The Butterfly”), explores the limits of human nature in his latest film, “The Blue Room.” Adapted from Georges Simenon’s novel of the same name, the film struggles to maintain a clear and compelling Read more…

Days and Nights Review

By Anthony Zangrillo The power to ingrain delusion, unpredictability and self-destruction, into not only the atmosphere of a film but in the personality of its characters should only be attempted by a few and is quite a bold move for writer and new director Christian Camargo with his debut film, Read more…

Match – Tribeca 2014

By: Anthony Zangrillo “Match,” which premiered at this year’s Tribeca Film Festival, explores the delicate nature of family and one’s inner soul. Based off a Broadway play written by director Stephen Belber, the film is about an eccentric world-renowned dance instructor, Tobi (Patrick Stewart), who lives a simple life that consists Read more…

Loitering with Intent – Tribeca 2014

By: Anthony Zangrillo A film that truly embraces the independent spirit that Tribeca is all about, “Loitering with Intent” manages to bring to light the struggles of being a writer and the comfort we find in family with utter sincerity. Directed by playwright Adam Rapp, “Loitering with Intent” is about two Read more…