TIFF 2011 Part 2 – ‘Martha Marcy May Marlene’ / ‘Take Shelter’ / ‘Melancholia’

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On this episode of the Sound On Sight podcast, special guests and SoS contributors Julian Carrington and Eduardo Lucatero join Ricky D and Justine Smith to discuss three of the highlights from the Toronto International Film Festival: Starting with Take Shelter, the sophomore fort by director Jeff Nichols, moving on to Lars Von Trier’s Melancholia and ending with Sean Durking’s outstanding directorial debut Martha Marcy May Marlene.

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Music playlist:

“Toronto Sucks” – Three Dead Trolls In a Baggie

“Schizophrenia” – Sonic Youth

“Tristan and Isolde” – Wagner

“Marcy’s Song” – John Hawkes

 

4 Comments
  1. wigwam says

    “myopic …is that the word? I have perfect eyesight so I don’t know what that means”

    priceless

    1. Justine says

      We are here to bring you joy

  2. Alexandre Alves says

    Enjoyed.
    I´ll look for Take Shelter and Shotgun Histories.
    Looking for ‘Martha Marcy May Marlene’, this one will be shown at Rio de Janeiro International Film Festival next week.
    What about the title of short that spawned After School, directed by Antonio Campos that you mentioned?

  3. Pat says

    Great reviews! Especially on ‘Take Shelter’ – I think that ending is BRILLIANT!

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