Well it’s back… almost. That’s right; nearly an entire year has gone by for films that do not conform to the English language but now is the time to announce that No-English Moviember will be making a stunning comeback! Continue reading “No-English Moviember 2015 – The Sequel!”
So here we are, the end of No-English Moviember. I hope you’ve enjoyed our international journey as much as I have. We’ve had some great films, some of my own choice and some by the choice of brilliant bloggers. I’m almost embarrassed to admit it but, without those suggestions, I think this month may not have been as good as it has been.
The Animation Commendation’s Danish film Jagten and Writer Loves Movies’ Intouchables have really helped me build the standard of this month and introduced me to movies I, in all likelihood, would never heard or seen at all. But that’s what this month has been about, getting deserved exposure to non-English films we may never have seen otherwise. So, again thank you. Continue reading “No-English Moviember – Good Bye, Lenin!”
So we have come to the penultimate review of No-English Moviember, unless someone suggests another film to review which will be good in that people want me to do more, but bad as it will make the phrase “penultimate review” a complete fabrication.
So we have traversed the halfway point of this review series and have also traversed halfway across the world for our next film of No-English Moviember. I hope that you enjoy this review of the Japanese drama film Okuribito (English: Departures).