Art, Music, & Film: February 2004 Archives

The Happiness of the Katakuris


is now reviewed at Popcorn Critics Enjoy.

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Request for Suggestions

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We just signed up with NetFlix. One of the problems with Netflix is that you need to know what it is you want to see. Now I've seen a great many modern films, most of which are not worth the time invested in seeing them. So I'm asking people to suggest lesser know favorites that might be worth the time to watch. From M'Lynn's site I've already garnered one called something like "Graveyard of the Fireflies" or "Funeral of the Fireflies" which is Anime. I know almost nothing about anime and would be interested in hearing from people who have a more extensive knowledge and better appreciation of it.

From a friend here at work a recommendation for a bizarre-sounding little ditty "The Happiness of the Katakuris." I'm also not tremendously well-versed in foreign film. Yes, I've seen the entire Bergman canon and "Babette's Feast," "Run, Lola, Run" and "Red," "White," and "Blue." But any other suggestions?

I'm just looking for titles of things you really liked that weren't out in the public's face. A short summary might also be nice and anything pro-religion/pro-catholic would be delightful.

Thanks for any help you can give.

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