Category Archives: Frontier Matinee

Live music and other performances, to assist us all in getting cultured.

Sarah Paulson, Wes Bentley “After-School Special” (2011)…


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Date: November 05, 2018

01) Sarah Paulson, Wes Bentley “After-School Special” (2011)


“A man and a woman have an awkward encounter at an indoor playground in this Neil LaBute penned slice-of-life starring Sarah Paulson and Wes Bentley.”

Well…she certainly does have fine tastes…

…He’s so cute!

This is a true slice of life!

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Tomboy (2007) France…


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Date: October 23, 2018

01) Tomboy(2007)France


“Chloe is ten years old. She plays soccer, never cries and doesn’t like other girls. One day, Marie, a sweet blond girl, participates for the first time to the games of Chloe and her boy friends. Marie’s feminity puts in danger Chloe’s self confidence and the whole band.”

This one is really dark…

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Paul et Virginie [2014]…


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Date: October 05, 2018

01) Paul et Virginie [2014]


“Paul lives with his sick single mother Virginie, who has lost interest in life, and he struggles to take matters into his own hands.”

Awesome short movie…

As it goes for making human movies…I keep running into the realization, that they make the best movies, in cultures outside of the U.S.

For a 2014 movie…this is amazing…It’s how movies should be.

One of the things I love about the channel hosting this movie…is that I cannot even understand the dialogue in most of the movies they post…yet, I am totally engrossed and engaged with the movies, from start to end…because they are produced so excellently.

They are pure heart and soul…pure entertainment, from start to end.

…It’s the humanity element, which is typically missing in the U.S. movie landscape.

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Grandma [2011]…


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Date: August 27, 2018

01) Grandma [2011]


“A gently comic short film exploring children’s misunderstandings on the subject of death with a delightfully uplifting ending. Grandma doesn’t look ill – but she is, so Dad has to tell his children to be ready to say goodbye to her. Grandma makes it easier for the children by saying she will still be with them and will watch over them; even when she is gone. Lulu, the youngest child, is distraught when she hears her parents and the funeral directors talking about burying Grandma. All the children agree that they must help Grandma get to heaven and their first Internet search result for ‘How to get to Heaven’ is Heaven Hot Air Balloons…”

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