Honeymoon.

A honeymoon in a cottage in the woods. As far as film set ups go, Leigh Janiak’s debut film’s is a promising one. Honeymoon follows newly weds Bea and Paul on their romantic, rustic getaway following their wedding. With no internet or phone signal, they plan to spend their days fishing, making love and playing board games. … Continue reading

We’ll Never Have Paris.

Closing Edinburgh International Film Festival is the abysmally limp We’ll Never Have Paris. Attempting to capture the modern tragedy and harsh reality of love and romance, in a Woody Allen inspired way, We’ll Never Have Paris fails to impact. Quinn has grown far too comfortable in his ten year relationship. He is preparing to propose to Devon but … Continue reading

Set Fire to the Stars.

Dylan Thomas, the Welsh poet who was glorified for his writing but perhaps made even more famous for his drunken reputation, comes to life in Andy Goddard’s Set Fire to the Stars. Giving this film the label of a biopic does not do it any justice. The film examines the demons that plagued Thomas, those that … Continue reading