Just Below the Surface (Film Review: “The Dig”)

Based on the true story of the archeological wonder discovered in an English widow’s pasture on the eve of WWII. A moving elegy about the permanence of Death and the continuum of Life. Continue Reading →


Post-War Pen Pals (Film Review: “The Guernsey Literary & Potato Peel Pie Society”)

A charmer in every way. . . the period story of a writer who’s lured to a remote British island after WWII to meet the members of a tiny book club, whose spell on her will change the trajectory of her life forever. Continue Reading →


Up in Flames (Film Review: “Burnt”)

Burnt may not be the last word on the ‘Bad Boy’ chef trope, but it’s still an entertaining potboiler of one man’s journey to self. . . plus it’s always fun to watch Bradley Cooper, especially when he’s dicing, slicing and yelling in both English and French. Continue Reading →