Homage To Chagall: The Colours of Love

BBB (out of 5) The paintings of Marc Chagall have been deservedly celebrated for the colour and passion contained within their borders, and this sweet tribute gives some background to his vast body of work.  Chagall himself appears on screen, often with his delightful wife Valentina Brodsky who translates for him on camera, as he explains his … More Homage To Chagall: The Colours of Love

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The Mask (1961)

BB (out of 5) Silly B-movie nonsense from the sixties, notable for being the first Canadian horror film shot (partially) in 3-D. A psychiatrist dismisses the rantings of a patient who insists that a tribal mask he was researching for his job at the museum has been causing him hallucinations that lead to moral wrongdoing. When … More The Mask (1961)

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