Welcome to the inaugural edition of “To Stream or Not to Stream? I will be taking a look at films that are mostly available as DVDs or through streaming on… Continue reading "To Stream or Not to Stream? — A Small Section of the World; Playing Dead; Salvo"
Despite the many second act flaws, the film is not without merit. The opening act is very strong, the four leads dig into their characters with relish, and Arturo Rogriguez composed an effective, atmospheric score.
Ming Lai's Art Recession is comprised of a series of testimonials, relentless in their focus. The thesis? Art education is devalued (and hence vulnerable) in our culture despite helping students excel in other disciplines and improving the quality of life for society as a whole.