4 items from 2015
Pre-credit sequence. We begin at Nagarote, as I try to remember where we left off and what the names of the tribes were. Shirin is sad to have been blindsided and to have lost Max. "I don't know that I can trust you," Carolyn tells Shirin, further shunting her aside. Shirin protests that Max made her isolate herself, but Carolyn is being rough, making it clear that she wants no part of the newly solitary Shirin. "Is anybody left in this game willing to play with me?" Shirin ponders, wondering if this is a reflection on her. Hali levels with Shirin and tells her that Max had been annoying and that people felt like she was annoying as well. Ouch. This hits home for Shirin, who grew up rich, but not popular. So sad. I guess. Kinda. "I'm trying to do now what I was incapable of doing back then, »
- Daniel Fienberg
Monday’s The Originals (The CW, 8/7c) is taking viewers back — way back — to World War I to introduce another piece of the increasingly complicated puzzle that is Marcel Gerard.
“The episode is really about seeing Marcel as a present-day leader, then getting to understand how he became that way through flashbacks,” Charles Michael Davis explains to TVLine.
Those flashbacks — filmed “about two or three miles down the road [from The Originals‘ set] on a hill at a horse ranch” — come courtesy of werewolf bite-induced hallucinations, which Davis describes as both “cool” and “creepy.”
“You’ll get a lot of action scenes, »
On Monday’s Jane the Virgin (The CW, 9/8c), the titular heroine preps her boyfriend/baby daddy Rafael for dinner with her family, but winning over her disapproving mom Xo will prove even harder than the couple fears.
“There’s definitely tension. Let’s put it that way,” Andrea Navedo previews.
For starters, Rafael rubs Xo the wrong way when he says Jane should do whatever she wants when it comes to her career, since he’ll take care of her and the baby financially.
“I just can’t get past the fact that he has a lot of money, »
London — The Berlinale Co-Production Market, which runs Feb. 8-10 as part of the Berlin Film Festival’s European Film Market, has unveiled a lineup of 36 feature film projects from 28 countries. The official selection and its sidebars include projects from the directors of festival favorites “The Lunchbox,” “The Tribe” and “In Bloom.”
Ritesh Batra, whose international box office hit “The Lunchbox” was presented for Berlin’s 2012 Talent Project Market, is returning with “Photograph,” this time in official selection. The selection also includes a project from Marcela Said from Chile, whose documentary “El mocito” screened in Berlin’s Forum section, and whose first feature film, “The Summer of Flying Fish,” was successfully matched with partners at the 2012 Co-Production Market. Said’s new project is “Los Perros.”
The Berlinale Directors section, which runs as a sidebar to the Co-Production Market, includes Avinash Arun from India, who won the Crystal Bear in the Kplus »
- Leo Barraclough
4 items from 2015
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