Tag Archives: Youth

DVD Review: Youth (MA15+) (Italy, 2015)

A film that manages to be both reserved yet personal, Youth is a realistically surreal film experience existing on its own plane thanks to the brave direction from Paolo Sorrentino.  Gorgeous imagery and a restful pulse compliment the stunning, oft self-indulgent performances from an excellent cast of performers all masters at their craft.... Continue Reading

Film Review: Youth (USA, 2015)

Visionary Director Paolo Sorrentino gives us one of his most universally appealing and accessible works to date with Youth, calling upon the ageless talents of Michael Caine and Harvey Keitel and a scene-stealing Rachel Weisz, to deliver a fascinating, surreal – almost absurd – exploration of legacy, loss, wisdom, memory, and cynicism. Set exclusively in and around an antique Swiss property, the story is a contemplative trail left by retired composer, Fred Ballinger (Caine), who has been coming to the same resort for more than 20 years, almost as if he’s trying to escape his own legacy, which brims with legendary orchestras in London, Venice, and New York. ... Continue Reading

St George OpenAir Cinema program announced for 2016; on sale from tomorrow.

The program for the St George OpenAir Cinema has been announced for 2016, with tickets going on sale from tomorrow -Monday, 7th December at 9am AEDT. The program reveals a 38 night season, with screenings of films such as Star Wars: The Force Awakens, Spectre, Steve Jobs and more, playing at Mrs Macquaries Point against a backdrop of the Opera House, Harbour Bridge and city skyline, commencing on Friday 8th January 2016.... Continue Reading