Review: I Am Normal

Directed by Olia Oparina and written by Anya Bay who also stars in the film, a sane woman fakes the symptoms of a mentally unstable patient in order to be admitted into a mental institution for a secret psychiatric experiment. Starring: Nora-Jane Noone, Saul Rubinek, David Figlioli, Chopper Bernet, Malinda Farrington, Catherine O’Connor, Alexander Karavay and Susan Moore Harmon.

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Review: Asra

Written and directed by lead actor Caio Cortonesi, a religious and traditionalist man, defeated by an incurable degenerative disease, decides to end with his own suffering. He entrusts his son Omar (Cortonesi), with whom he has a difficult relationship, with the task of finding someone to end his pain. Starring: Humberto Pedrancini, Débora Aquino, Juliana Drummond and Pietro Barbosa.

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Review: The Astonishing Adventures of Alfred

Directed by Joe Pearson and written by lead actor Rory Cargill, the peace of a 1950’s British village is disrupted by a cunning cat burglar, until a mystery-loving schoolboy comes into possession of a magical magnifying glass. Also starring: Susan Baskerville, Henri Charles, Lisa Jones, Gordon Lamont, Robert McCrea, Johnny Mindlin, Susan Rae and J.P. Turner.

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Review: Well-Meaning People

Written and directed by Charlie Brades-Price, inside a small village church, Reverend Duncan struggles to connect with parishioner Mae, a fifty something bipolar sufferer who has been praying, loudly and passionately for the best part of the morning. She is quick, knows the bible inside out and is very angry about something. If only Reverend Duncan could figure out what? Starring: Al Roberts, Jenny Whiffen and Maria Rillstone.

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