Saturday, June 02, 2007

An Update fom the Seattle Film Festival

Today begins my second weekend at the Seattle International Film Festival. Because I had to travel to Chicago, I managed only four films during the past week, all of which were excellent choices.

The Battle of Wits, depicting a siege of a walled Chinese city in the 4th century, B.C., and Never on a Sunday, a dark comedy from Mexico, were worthy fare. But two films stood out as exceptional - Death at a Funeral, from director Frank Oz, and Paris Je t'aime.

Read my thoughts and reviews from the film festival here.

1 comment:

Auntie Joyce said...

you know most of us poor people are stuck in an office all day and all week, while some people like yourself gets to travel around and go to the movies. Must be nice, I haven't worked my way up the ladder yet, but I am trying to. LOL
Hope you are enjoying the movies and popcorn and gobbers.
Love Auntie Joice