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Abigaelle (Review)

Let’s focus on the subject of reality and fantasy. There’s a thin line between the two, and on some occasions fantasy completely replaces reality. That’s what the focus of this short film is as we

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Davai (Review)

Who would’ve thought that Travelling would do something like this? It’s not very often if at all. And at the same time, it doesn’t entirely live up to expectations. The film takes place during WWII

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Pas (Review)

After Wednesday’s frightening ordeal, I figured I would pas, er, I mean, pass on another review. But as you may have noticed earlier, I’ve fully recovered. This film is a (supposed) musical about a woman

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Bleu Tonnerre (Review)

At first I didn’t think this would be distributed by Travelling but that seems to be the case for all French Canadian Indies nowadays. I don’t know which is weirder, the production company, or French

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Turn off before living (Review)

I never thought I’d see something from these folks again, but hey, as long as their short films are being funded, I guess they’ll keep on going, despite their weirdness. And that’s one thing that

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SCORE (Review)

It’s a movie about hockey. Wait, no. It’s a movie about dirty laundry. Literally. And maybe metaphorically. Starring Lea Traversy and Guillaume Cyr as Audrey and David, the couple bring their laundry to the local

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