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When I saw the runtime of 2007’s Pvc-1 (a mere 85 minutes), I became concerned. I’ve noticed not only that movies of late are getting shorter with each passing year, but a correlation between the length and quality: last month’s The Final Destination spanned a mere 82 minutes; May’s Dance Flick ran 83 minutes; in January, The Uninvited clocked in just shy of an hour and a half with 87 minutes. It’s fairly understandable — (some…maybe five or so) filmmakers probably figure that no one wants to see two hours of crap — but there are those out there who do, and it’s not fair to deprive them of it. So the idea of seeing a movie that doesn’t at least make it into the 90s of minutes made me apprehensive.
- Jess Goodwin
Chicago – I love IFC Films. They release such a diverse, interesting slate of films every year that one never quite knows what they’re going to get with each individual offering. Five recent IFC titles are the subject of the latest DVD Round-Up, our regular column drawing attention to titles that may have otherwise gone unnoticed.
Titles in this very arthouse edition of the Round-Up include a stylish horror film called “Nightmare,” a twisted thriller called “Pvc-1,” a puzzle of a story known as “Fermat’s Room,” an Icelandic movie called “White Night Wedding,” and an odd flick directed by Madonna known as “Filth and Wisdom”. Art film fans should check them all out. Keep IFC going as strongly as they have lately. But if you need more information, official synopsis, cast, and tech details follow.
“Pvc-1” and “White Night Wedding” were released on September 15th, 2009.
“Fermat’s Room,” “Filth and Wisdom, »
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2 items from 2009
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