There are so many innovative and thought-provoking films out at the moment, especially in awards season, that I felt inspired to put something up. In my Line(s) of the Day, my film quotes usually come from a Hollywood film, but there are a wondrous array of films outside the English language covering all genres and eras. I’m always keen to hear the thoughts and opinions of others and find out about films I may not otherwise see.
In that spirit, I’ve decided to create ‘Foreign Favourites’ and invite anyone interested to select a film of their choice and write a review to share on here. It can be film you’ve seen once, countless or been meaning to check it out for ages. It would be great to have you contribute and explore a genre that is often overlooked. As I know how busy you all are and to keep it fair, there originally was a limit of one per person, but I’ve since removed it. If you have one you plan to do, let me know here as soon as you’ve made your choice and I will put you down for it.
Only a few rules:
– By foreign films, I do mean one that is in a non-English language for the majority of the film.
– The style is your own but please include a brief plot synopsis of the film and an overall rating.
– You can’t have reviewed it before.
– Not everyone will have seen the film so no spoilers please.
Any questions feel free to ask. Hope to hear from you soon.
FILMS TO REVIEW (so far):
Alexraphael – Le Dîner de Cons Read here
Beetly Pete – Closely watched Trains Read here
Cindy Bruchman – Nowhere in Africa Read here
Cindy Bruchman – The White Ribbon Read here
Dell on Movies – Stranger by the Lake Read here
Dohabitation – Battle Royale Read here
Film Grimoire – Vivre Sa Vie Read here
Filmnerdblog – Lady Vengeance Read here
J James – M Read here
Movierob – Hearat Shulayim Read here
Oh! That film Blog – Volver Read here
RobinsRealm Blog – Lilya 4-Ever Read here
Silver Screen Serenade – Jagten Read here
That Moment In – The Chaser Read here
Thefilmculb – Le Concert Read here
The Sporadic Chronicles of a Beginner Blogger – La Haine Read Here
Where the Wild Things Are – The Lives of Others Read here