Review: YOURSELF AND YOURS at Wisconsin Film Festival, Fri Mar 31 and Sat Apr 1

Hong Sang-soo’s charming absurdist allegory Yourself and Yours takes a modern look at the renewable spirit of romantic love, the fluidity of self and identity, and the idea that maybe we should all just get a drink and get along. Emily Caulfield reviews the film to continue our 10-day Wisconsin Film Festival preview.

Review: CAN HEIRONYMUS MERKIN EVER FORGET…? at CTEK, Fri Feb 5, 7:00pm

Review: One Screening Only Can Heironymus Merkin Ever Forget Mercy Humppe and Find True Happiness? | Anthony Newley | UK | 1969 | 106 minutes UW Cinematheque, 4070 Vilas Hall, Friday, February 5, 7:00pm» All the world’s a stage and a bed for Anthony Newley’s alter-ego Heironymus Merkin. Emily Caulfield explores the truthiness of CHMEFMHAFTH and concludes it […]

Missed Madison: Sweet Handjobs, Sentimental Sexuality in Gaspar Noé’s LOVE

Missed Madison Film Festival Love | Gaspar Noé | France | 2015 | 135 minutes Netflix | GoWatchIt Emily Caulfield argues that Gaspar Noé’s latest provocation is just as messy and alive as anyone in love in their twenties. Gaspar Noé’s Love is just like life: exhilarating, sad, weird, sentimental, and full of dicks. It’s […]