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Blame

Blame

Sarah Ward July 4, 2011 0

All arguing and little action, Blame may represent the latest hopes of the Western Australian film industry, however the end result is an average revenge thriller that meanders in motivation, mistaking talk for tension.

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Julia’s Eyes (Spanish Film Festival)

Sarah Ward May 29, 2011 0

As a primarily visual medium, film is often concerned with the concept of sight. Whilst the vision of the characters depicted drives the story, the inherent acceptance by audiences of the imagery placed before

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Rage (Spanish Film Festival)

Sarah Ward May 23, 2011 0

Whilst the act of falling in love has such an abundance of positive consequences that the entire popular music industry appears to be predicated upon it, for some it can be fraught with negativity.

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The future of intelligence: Terminator and Terminator 2: Judgment Day

The future of intelligence: Terminator and Terminator 2: Judgment Day

Sarah Ward February 24, 2011 0

In the hierarchy of Earthly intelligence, humanity reigns supreme. With the smarts of the animal kingdom considered inferior to those of homo sapiens due to our mastery of language (rightly or wrongly), for millennia

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