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‘The Leftovers’ Review: A Certifiably Exceptional Episode 6 Bridges the Gap Between Belief and Insanity

21 May 2017 7:00 PM, PDT | Indiewire Television | See recent Indiewire Television news »

[Editor’s Note: The following review contains spoilers for “The Leftovers” through Season 3, Episode 6, “Certified.”]

Immediate Reaction

Last week, I was sitting in the lower deck at a baseball game, near the wall where the field meets the fans . It was a sparsely populated affair, as the woeful Anaheim Angels were hosting the Chicago White Sox on a cold, cloudy Tuesday night, but the lower seats were populated by a few enthusiastic fans.

One of them brought a beach ball.

The ball started making its way around the crowd, each member joyfully punching the multi-colored orb back up toward the sky so the next lucky group could do the same. As I turned in my seat to catch sight of it, my first thought wasn’t, “Oh, I hope they hit it my way.” Instead, it was just fear; pure, instinctual fear. “Oh no,” I thought.

Read More: ‘The Leftovers’: Amy Brenneman on The Shocking Ending to Episode 6 and Laurie’s Powerful Change of Plans »

- Ben Travers

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‘The Leftovers’ Review: A Certifiably Exceptional Episode 6 Bridges the Gap Between Belief and Insanity

21 May 2017 7:00 PM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

[Editor’s Note: The following review contains spoilers for “The Leftovers” through Season 3, Episode 6, “Certified.”]

Immediate Reaction

Last week, I was sitting in the lower deck at a baseball game, near the wall where the field meets the fans . It was a sparsely populated affair, as the woeful Anaheim Angels were hosting the Chicago White Sox on a cold, cloudy Tuesday night, but the lower seats were populated by a few enthusiastic fans.

One of them brought a beach ball.

The ball started making its way around the crowd, each member joyfully punching the multi-colored orb back up toward the sky so the next lucky group could do the same. As I turned in my seat to catch sight of it, my first thought wasn’t, “Oh, I hope they hit it my way.” Instead, it was just fear; pure, instinctual fear. “Oh no,” I thought.

Read More: ‘The Leftovers’: Amy Brenneman on The Shocking Ending to Episode 6 and Laurie’s Powerful Change of Plans »

- Ben Travers

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U.S. Trailer for Danièle Thompson’s ‘Cézanne and I’ Starring Guillaume Canet

27 February 2017 7:59 AM, PST | The Film Stage | See recent The Film Stage news »

Painting in cinema seems to be all the rage this spring. Following the trailer for the Canadian feature Maudie, the French biographical drama film Cézanne and I has just recently released a U.S. preview.

Directed by Danièle Thompson of Avenue Montagne and Change of Plans, the film portrays the true story about the friendship between 19th century novelist Émile Zola and painter Paul Cézanne when they first met as schoolmates. The two friends would eventually grow up in search for fame and glory, sparking a feudal rivalry.

On the shortlist for France’s Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film pick, which would eventually go to Elle, Magnolia Pictures will release the film this April. Judging from the preview, it looks to be a well-composed story of heated friendship. Starring Guillaume Canet, Guillaume Gallienne, Alice Pol, Déborah François and Sabine Azéma, check out the trailer below.

CÉZANNE Et Moi »

- The Film Stage

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