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TIFF 2018: First Man Is A Simple, Effective Look At Apollo 11

First Man

First Man

In First Man actor/musician/meme Ryan Gosling takes on the role of Neil Armstrong, the first man to walk on the moon.

When Sarah saw the film at TIFF this year she appreciated the simple physical storytelling of the film.

To find out why head over to Consequence Of Sound by clicking here.

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TIFF 2018: Fahrenheit 11/9 Is Angry And Unfocused

Michael Moore in Fahrenheit 11/9

Michael Moore in Fahrenheit 11/9

Fahrenheit 11/9, the latest incendiary documentary from filmmaker Michael Moore, explores things like the Flint water crisis and Parkland mass shooting with a clear and critical eye.

Sarah reviewed the film when it showcased at TIFF 2018.

To read her review click here.

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TIFF 2018: High Life’s Cosmic Melancholy Leaves You Unmoored

High Life

High Life

The sci-fi story of High Life revolves around a convict-filled space ship where its passengers undergo unusual experiments.

When Sarah watched it at TIFF this year she noted that it’s the sort of film that’ll leave you feeling unmoored.

To find out why read her review of it at Consequence Of Sound by clicking here.

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TIFF 2018: Alfonso Cuarón’s Roma Is A True Film Experience

When Sarah saw director Alfonso Cuarón’s deeply personal Roma at TIFF 2018 she considered a true cinematic experience.

In her review for Consequence Of Sound she wrote, “Cuarón has transformed the influences of his own childhood into a nuanced and reflective chronicle that manages to touch on political upheaval, class inequality, gender inequality, life, and death.”

To learn more head over to CoS by clicking here.

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TIFF 2018: Widows Is A Better Kind Of Heist Film

Widows

Widows

While Liam Neeson is in the new film Widows by ace director Steve McQueen it’s important to note that nobody in his family gets kidnapped, requiring him to embark on an elaborate revenge quest.

In fact, Neeson’s quite secondary in Widows, as it focuses on Viola Davis, Michelle Rodriguez and Elizabeth Debicki, the partners of a failed heist crew who now have to take over where their men left off.

Sarah loved this film when she saw it at this year’s Toronto International Film Festival.

To read her review for Consequence Of Sound, click here.

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TIFF 2018: If Beale Street Could Talk Continues Barry Jenkins’ Excellent Work

If Beale Street Could Talk

If Beale Street Could Talk

Barry Jenkins, the director behind the moving coming of age drama Moonlight has once again created something excellent with new film If Beale Street Could Talk.

The film, adapted from James Baldwin’s novel, is a romantic drama that follows a woman and her husband who’s been wrongfully convicted of a crime.

Sarah reviewed the film for Consequence Of Sound.

To read her review click here.

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TIFF 2018: Gaspar Noé’s Climax Uses Sex And Drugs To Provoke

Climax

Climax

Gaspar Noé, one of the standard-bearers for modern perv film directorship, has a new film called Climax. It’s about a dance troupe who unintentional dose on LSD and then do pervy things.

Sarah reviewed this intentionally provocative piece of cinema for Consequence Of Sound at the Toronto International Film Festival this year.

To read her review go here.

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