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The Man Who Loved Women (1983). Quite an interesting film. On the surface David (Burt Reynolds) is just a womanizer, but he honestly has deep feelings for these women, although eventually his anxiety over decision making gets the best of him. He can't commit for the fear of missing something greater, but the departures of his previous partners take quite a toll on him. Worth a watch in my opinion.
Le conseguenze dell'amore by Paolo Sorrentino. Definitely one of the most brilliant movies i have ever seen. Also the soundtrack is pretty amazing!
"Any impulse is really a call home to God. When you feel an attraction to a woman, it is really God calling. Think of it as God dialing your number and saying, “It is time to come home.” When that miracle impulse comes through the ego, which is the belief in lack, it comes out on the surface of the consciousness as a craving. Excerpt from Awakening Through A Course in Miracles ~David Hoffmeister
U.K. Cult Director Norman J. Warren’s Satan’s Slave Soundtrack Comes to Vinyl http://best-fotofilm.blogspot.com/2016/09/uk-cult-director-norman-j-warrens.html Exploitation legend Norman J. Warren’s Satan’s Slave soundtrack comes to vinyl and CD from Moscovitch Records When one thinks of full-throttle '70s British exploitation cinema, the name Norman J. Warren is one of the biggest, perhaps second only to Frightmare and House of Whipcord auteur Peter Walker. But while Walker's films tend to…
Deep End Dance by Conor Horgan. Mother and son, above and below the surface.