A Syrian Love Story aims to put names and faces to the problems in Syria, making the film personal and deeply emotional. It succeeds, in every way.
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‘Bedknobs and Broomsticks’ is the definitive film of my childhood. I am not exaggerating. Every time I was ill, upset, or couldn’t sleep, my parents would put our worn out VHS recording of it on the t.v. and I would feel better in no time. Continue reading “Movies From My Childhood: Bedknobs and Broomsticks (Robert Stevenson, 1971)”