The “Wisest Movie” of 2013 with Sarah Polley is not Nominated in 2014
Do The Oscars Really Matter to the TV watching or Cinema going Public on a Whole or it it all just a big fantasy set for only the celebs to moan and groan about how high up the Superstar echelons they have climbed in an attempt to reach the very TOP of the ‘FAME TREE’!!!
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There’s a moment toward the end of ‘Stories We Tell’, the Canadian actor Sarah Polley’s hybrid reconstruction-documentary-group therapy session, that I think may stay with me forever. At least I hope it will, so wise is its appreciation of the work of being human, the hope of moving beyond past failures and sorrow, and the invitation each of us receives to make a life as a participant in something much larger than ourselves. Call it the out-working of the redemption of humanity, call it being etched into the Panorama of Being, call it the pursuit of happiness – whatever it is, Sarah Polley’s dad knows what he’s talking about when he says ‘You can’t outrun the mask of comedy.’
An actor with distinguished theatrical form, Michael Polley had reached the beginning of his ninth decade when Sarah decided to make a film about their family experience. The less you know…
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