Thursday, March 22, 2012


"The Door"
The Story - 
A young Hungarian writer hires a housekeeper, an eccentric, fiercely private woman, and begins a relationship that changes both their lives.  

Helen Mirren stars in the adaption of a very acclaimed book by Magda Szabo, I recently read it and obviously it's very rich. So I'm really looking forward. And Helen Mirren is cleary up for a new challenge, probably another Oscar.

"The Girl"
: A Texan single mother who's lost custody of her child becomes involved in the smuggling of illegal immigrants, and is forced to look after a 9-year-old Mexican girl.
Stars (of personal interest) - Abbie Cornish.

"Jack and Diane"
The story - pair of teenage girls fall in love, only for one to reveal that she's a werewolf.
Rising Stars - 
Juno Temple and Riley Keough. 

The Story: Just after the end of the Second World War, the daughter of an SS commander tries to take her four siblings across the country to their grandparents in Hamburg.
Cate Shortland 
did "Somersault" eight years ago (with Abbie Cornish and Sam Worthington). Her new film it’s an adaptation of the novella by German-Australian-British author Rachel Seiffert, was shot entirely in German, with a cast of relative unknowns, and focuses on the children of an unrepentant Nazi. I’m definitely up for it.

"The Perks of Being A Wallflower"
The Story
: A high school freshman struggles to get over the suicide of his best friend.

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