Berlinale Blog 2018 #10: CUBAN FOOD STORIES – CULINARY CINEMA

     |    Tuesday February 27th, 2018

An old Cuban proverb says, “love comes in through the kitchen door.” Film critic Andrew Horn recognizes this warm-hearted openness in Asori Soto’s “Cuban Food Stories”. There used to be a Cuban restaurant near where I live that was operated by a small collective where no one person was the dedicated cook. Whoever happened to 

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Berlinale Blog 2018 #8: SANTO VS EVIL BRAIN – Forum

     |    Sunday February 25th, 2018

A coffin with negatives, the last 20 dollars as a tip, the shooting ending in revolution? Our critic Andrew Horn today follows the intricate paths – or odyssey – of SANTO, Mexico’s early superhero, who was actually a real person. Hard to believe? Read it yourself: “When I was a kid, my father went to 

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Berlinale Blog 2018 #7: GENERATION WEALTH – Panorama

     |    Friday February 23rd, 2018

Lauren Greenfield pays attention to the super-rich and those who would like to be in GENERATION WEALTH. Andrew Horn gives his impression of the documentary in the realeyz Berlinale Blog #7: A favorite quote of mine comes from the Humphrey Bogart/Ava Gardner movie, “The Barefoot Contessa” where a dashing man of old world wealth explains, 

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Berlinale Blog 2018 #6: PROFILE – Panorama

     |    Thursday February 22nd, 2018

PROFILE – Timur Bekmambetov’s thriller is based on the book “In the Skin of a Jihadist” by Anna Erelle. Andrew Horn, filmmaker and critic, took a look at the film for us at the Berlinale Panorama: There are times when I think that one of the worst things that ever happened to me was getting 

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