As many of you are aware, I am now writing reviews for Creative Screenwriting magazine (www.creativescreenwriting.com), so bookmark it as there may be reviews of mine there that will not be duplicated here. That’s particularly true when it comes to television content. The Establishing Shot doesn’t review TV shows or miniseries with regularity, but at Creative Screenwriting magazine, such critiques will be frequent.
To save you time this week, might I refer you to my two latest movie reviews? They are the new film DISOBEDIENCE from filmmaker Sebastian Lelio, who won the Oscar for Best Foreign Language Film a few months back with A FANTASTIC WOMAN. This new love story stars Rachel Weisz and Rachel McAdams. Here is the link: https://creativescreenwriting.com/disobedience-finds-glimmers-hope-restrictive-world/
The other new review that is up is that of the French romantic comedy called LET THE SUNSHINE IN. It stars the ever-luminescent Juliette Binoche working for director Claire Denis in a very dark tale about middle-aged dating that is hardly the type of romantic comedy they do in the States. Here is the link to that review: https://creativescreenwriting.com/let-sunshine-french-romantic-comedy-darkest/
Both films are fascinating works with strong women at the center of each. Thank you again for following me here at The Establishing Shot, and I hope you’ll follow me at Creative Screenwriting magazine online as well.