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Here are the Editor's Picks articles for the Drama Movies Site! These are the top ten articles that your Drama Movies Editor feels are most important for you to read. Enjoy!
1. Side By Side Film Review
Digital technology has revolutionized the production and exhibition of movies. Keanu Reeves discusses the pros and cons of digital with directors, cinematographers and actors in this informative documentary. Will film survive in the 21st century?
2. Love Is All You Need Film Review
"Love Is All You Need" is a romantic drama/comedy starring Trine Dyrholm as a breast cancer survivor. Pierce Brosnan plays the widower who enters her life when she travels to Italy for her daughter's wedding. Susanne Bier directs this life-affirming love story.
3. Leviathan Film Review
The story of Kolya, a man who is fighting the town mayor's attempt to confiscate his land and property,is a tragedy and a story with a social conscience. "Leviathan" was a 2015 Academy Award nominee in the best foreign language film category.
4. Jauja Film Review
Viggo Mortensen is the star and co-producer of this striking film from director Lisandro Alonso. Mortensen plays a Danish military officer in 19th century Argentina, on a quest to recover his runaway teenage daughter.
5. Shun Li and the Poet Film Review
"Shun Li and the Poet" is a beautiful film set in an Italian fishing village. Shun Li, a Chinese immigrant, develops a friendship with a widowed fisherman that has dangerous consequences for them both.
6. 33 Postcards Film Review
"33 Postcards" is a unique film about a young woman's search for identity. Mei Mei, orphaned as a toddler, travels from China to Australia to meet her foreign sponsor. Will he accept her as his daughter? Directed by Pauline Chan, this movie is a meditation on family, love and redemption.
7. Arbitrage Film Review
"Arbitrage" is a nail-biting suspense film set in the world of high finance. Richard Gere plays a wealthy businessman who must outwit regulators and the police in order to save his fortune and reputation.
8. Mobius Film Review
"Mobius" is a contemporary love story wrapped in a cloak of international espionage. Partly inspired by Hitchcock's "Notorious", the film stars Jean Dujardin, Cecile De France and Tim Roth.
9. Balcony on the Sea Film Review
Before making "The Artist", Jean Dujardin starred in Nicole Garcia's evocative film "Balcony on the Sea." Using France's colonial history in Algeria as a backdrop, this film is an unusual love story with political overtones.
10. The Water Diviner Film Review
Russell Crowe makes his directorial debut in this period drama that takes place in 1919, following World War I. Crowe plays Joshua Connor, an Australian farmer who suffers the terrible loss of his three sons in the Battle of Gallipoli, then travels to the battlefield to recover their bodies.
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