New #FilmFriday from our @intotheportalpodcast!
Welcome back to another ITP Film Friday! Where we discuss listener suggested films. This week we dive into our first foreign language film like none we have seen before in North America. So join us for discussion of the the highly acclaimed 2016 South Korean thriller, The Wailing.
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At 16 years old Jamie is left to navigate her own love life in the midst of this family crisis...
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Garota propaganda @stellaartoisbrasil . Hahaha. Para os apaixonados por cerveja de baixa fermentação. De origem Bélgica surgiu como edição especial de natal, com cevada importada e levedura exclusiva especialmente para esta bebida deram a sua originalidade, e claro com muito anos de pesquisa científica na Universidade de Leuven onde foi fundada.
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Happy #FilmFriday ! This week, our time travel series is in the 1930’s and we are featuring A Charlie Chaplin classic, City Lights! This 1931 American pre-Code silent romantic comedy is a Chaplin classic perfect for a stay-at-home movie night with some nice vino. Swipe ⬅️ to learn more!
The Guernsey Literary & Potato Peel Society
In 1946, writer Juliet Ashton begins corresponding with Dawsey Adams, a stranger living in Guernsey who has encountered her name written in a second-hand book. As Juliet learns of the Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Society and life on the island during the German occupation, she becomes drawn to their world and sets sail to Guernsey for a trip that will change her life forever...
The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Society is the film adaptation of the successful novel by Mary Ann Shaffer and Annie Barrows. The film features a fantastic cast that includes Lily James, Matthew Goode, Michiel Huisman, Tom Courtney, Jessica Brown Findlay and Bronagh Gallagher. While the film grapples with the serious subject matter of World War II, it is also a film that is funny, heartwarming and endearing. It is ultimately a film about family, friendship and love and has an uplifting tone that is impossible to be swept away by. The film has a hint of a mystery to keep the viewer hooked and the cinematography is stunning with its sweeping landscapes, if not always geographically accurate!
The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Society is the ultimate feel good Friday film and is one of my favourite films this year. Although it is not a Christmas film, it is the perfect film to cosy up with over the festive season and is one that appeals to viewers young and old. At the end of the month, I will be featuring my top five film favourites this year and The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Society will definitely be included!
Have you watched the film adaptation of The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Society? Did you read the book? What are your favourite films this year?
#jinglebookrock - “Raise up cups of Christmas cheer.” Book and festive drink
#grimdragon - Do whatever you want!
How about a French holiday film for Friday films? When steely French matriarch Junon (Catherine Deneuve) learns she has leukemia, she asks her children and grandchildren at the family Christmas gathering to see if they are eligible to become bone marrow donors. This causes deep friction in the family, especially between Junon's daughter Elizabeth (Anne Consigny) and son Henri (Mathieu Amalric), who already have a tumultuous relationship. Their mother's sickness also recalls the traumatic loss of their brother Joseph when they were children. #ucmlanguages#filmfriday#achristmastale#foreignfilms#frenchcinema