Tuesday, December 27, 2005

FILM REVIEW: CACHE(Hidden)

The collective past can be said to be lucid considering how it constantly hovers over the present. In this film, CACHE, Michael Haneke, artfully deals with how decisions made by the state affect people on a micro level, both their past and present, and their ever evolving future. CACHE also deals with the probing question of identity, who we are and at what cost. If I said anymore I would give away the movie. Go see the film and let me know what you think. For more info regarding the film, visit my other page that features the
best films of 2005.
-Pete Duhon

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