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Eric D. Bernasek lives on the island just north of the island that is Montreal. He thinks too much and writes too little. He is currently working on a book about movies from your childhood: "Does Barry Manilow know that you raid his wardrobe?" – Authority and Rebellion in Movies About High School.

Icarus is a somewhat messy if also interesting look at the doping practices in Russian sports, with a director who gets in over his

LONG STRANGE TRIP: The Grateful Dead In The Exploding Moment

Amir Bar-Lev's devotion for the Grateful Dead is a clear, but his skill makes Long Strange Trip a movie that even non-believers can appreciate.

SPEECH & DEBATE: Teen Film Lacks Focus

Speech & Debate isn't great, but is enjoyable despite its plot holes, and features a great performance from Sarah Steele.

Dads, Single Moms & Transport: The Obsessions Of Cameron Crowe

In his films, Cameron Crowe has often returned to similar motifs and themes; we explore his films and analyse how he applies his trademarks.

Happiness, Delusion & Catharsis In LARS AND THE REAL GIRL

In this analysis of 2007 film Lars And The Real Girl, we talk about how Lars's delusions are very similar to how we find