Nicolas Pesce’s adaptation of PIERCING, by novelist Ryû Murakami, is a stunning, brutal look at the thin line between pain/pleasure.
TYREL explores how seemingly harmless behaviour, to white people, is not always so for people of colour.
Cora’s fate is determined, as final secrets are unveiled.
That fateful night in Cora Tannetti’s life plays out for the viewer in full, terrifying detail.
Harry takes Cora back up to the basement in the private club, in hopes of triggering repressed memories.
Ambrose uncovers a big clue at an estate out in the woods. Meanwhile, a state detective tries pinning the latest corpse on Cora quickly.
With the help of recovered memory therapy, Cora begins unlocking keys to her past & that fateful July 4th weekend.
Dt. Ambrose uncovers something much more disturbing, much more far reaching than either he or Cora expected.
Dt. Ambrose digs further into Cora’s story, her past, uncovering lies & more of the unexpected.
James White. 2015. Directed & Written by Josh Mond. Starring Christopher Abbott, Cynthia Nixon, Scott Mescudi, Ron Livingston, Makenzie Leigh, David Call, David Cale, Benjamin Brass, Lori Burch, Scott Cohen, Adriana DeGirolami, Jeanette Dilone, David Harris, Rosemary Howard, & Sue Jean Kim. BorderLine Films/Relic Pictures. Rated R. 85 minutes. Drama ★★★★ Producer Josh Mond hasContinue reading “James White: Burden, Childishness, Disease, and Love Everlasting”