Friday, 15 June 2012

I'm baaaaaaack...

I went to one of the Sydney Film Festival screenings last night, at the Dendy Opera Quays with a teacher friend - both of us celebrating the end of reports and nearly end of term. It was a 6pm screening, so we had plenty of time for a glass of wine at the Opera Bar - sitting outside on the edge of the harbour, watching the sun set behind the bridge and the lights come on in the city buildings. Ferries came in and out, Luna Park lit up and we luxuriated in the balmy evening. And then we went to the movie! We would have been happy with just the drink & view! The movie, Once upon a time in Anatolia, set in Turkey, is a quietly deep and thought-provoking story. The fact that today I am still  thinking about the characters is testament to the power of Director Nuri Ceylan's storytelling. (I could get a job as a film reviewer!) (My dream job!!)

3 comments:

patti said...

What a great evening!

You should work towards being a film reviewer Cate (you'd be excellent!), Margaret P. will need replacing one of these days!

Annie said...

I saw a couple (inbetween exams..) 'I, Anna' with Charlotte Rampling and 'Wuthering Heights'. I am still thinking about them days later...just shows how these indie films are actually so much more interesting and artisitc. Made by people not afraid of big studio bosses perhaps.

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