Oct 30, 2013
Sailing Into Uncharted Territory With 'A Hijacking' and 'Leviathan'
No one could blame you if you felt you'd had your fill of films featuring mensch-y cargo-ship crews versus Somali pirates.
Movie Review - Leviathan' is not just another fish tale
Lucien Castaing-Taylor and Verena Paravel's unconventional documentary follows a New Bedford-based fish trawler in the North Atlantic.
Leviathan's cinematic density stimulates the synapses
End of days or the beginning of new ways of seeing? Fittingly, Lucien Castaing-Taylor and Vrna Paravel's Leviathan , an all-senses-consuming chronicle of a fishing trawler, takes its title from the sea beast described in the Book of Job, lines from which constitute the film's epigraph: "He makes the depths churn like a boiling cauldron and stirs up ... (more)
Hell on Frisco Bay
WHO: Lucien Castaing-Taylor and Verena Paravel co-directed this documentary WHAT: If d ocumentaries shine clarifying light into mysterious corners, Leviathan illuminates just how literally tenebrous a subject can be.
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Movie Review: 'Raw Herring'
It's a Dutch thing, you just wouldn't understand. In Holland, they love their herring, preferably raw, which they consume by dangling it overhead, like a cartoon cat preparing to devour a squirming mouse.