A Review On Legends of the North Cascades by Jonathan Evison

After a tragic accident, Dave Cartwright takes his seven year old daughter, Mirabella, Bella for short, to live in a cave in the wilderness in the North Cascades. Legends of the North Cascades tells us the story of tragedy, family, and the hardship of a single father. Dave does his best to give Bella, the best life she could ask for, but sometimes, things are more difficult than it seems. Read More


A Review on House of Endless Waters by Emuna Elon

Through the hardships of keeping her children alive, Sonia Blum discovers that there is a cost to protecting her children from being taken from her. House on Endless Waters tells the story of Yoel Blum, discovering the secrets of his past, the ones that were kept from him as throughout his whole life by his mother. It’s not until Yoel decides to take a trip to his birthplace, Amsterdam, where he truly discovers what has been hidden from him by his loving mother. Read More


A Review On Meet You in the Middle by Devon Daniels

The story of two politicians, two different sides. Will one of them get what they want, or perhaps both of them? Meet You in the Middle is the perfect enemies to lovers romance that everyone needs to grab. The story of opposites, yet two pieces of a puzzle, the relationship of Kate and Ben show that even if you believe in different things and have different ethics, chemistry and soul go together just as well.

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A Film Review On Shoah: First Era by Claude Lanzmann

The creation of Shoah by Claude Lanzmann had taken eleven years to film (Smith, 2018). In 1973, Lanzmann was commissioned by the Foreign Ministry in Israel to create a film based on the Holocaust after Lanzmann’s first film, Israel, Why (Blumberg, Claude Lanzmann). According to the IMDB page on Shoah, there were about 31 interviewees, Lanzmann himself, and three translators, excluding editors and production managers that worked on the production of Shoah. Read More