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“Police, Adjective” lacks pulse

My current spate of reviews come from the Edinburgh International Film Festival, where I believe I just encountered my first dreaded “festival film” which  one writer described as:

“the submerged nine-tenths of the film production world that gets only one or two screenings in its lifetime, in a near-empty cinema in downtown Gdansk or wherever.”

I say this because watching Police, Adjective was more dull than spending three hours in hospital waiting room.*

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“HIGH School” is a more fun than I remember

A high school comedy in which two former friends come together to get the entire campus stoned could reek of not just THC but of banal stoner snickers.  However, High School ensured that, despite my sober state, I would have just as much fun as the chemically altered characters on screen (sans the paranoia). Continue reading