A Most Violent Year

There has to be a sense of authenticity in a film. Authenticity is essential as conflict is in drama—it must be the essence of the film. Writer/director J.C Chandor’s third feature brings such essence up front this time, whereas in two of his previous directorial efforts (Margin Call, All Is Lost), authenticity was present, but…

All Is Lost

In the boisterous age of blockbuster paradigm we, the fortunate ones, are often getting the opportunity to be gifted with titles such as All is Lost; a film that is written and directed by J.C. Chandor (Margin Call). – Thanks to one of my close friends, Travlis Hallingquest, discussing with me the mentioned film and…