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A Note to the Reader: SIFF Notes provide you with the combined efforts of teachers, writers, editors, scholars, and drunks who've studied, taught, and analyzed often while drunk what film festivals mean to cinema as a whole and to you in particular. Opinions expressed in these notes aren't rigid dogma meant to discourage your intellectual exploration.

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You should use them as starting points to open yourself to new methods of encountering, understanding, and appreciating SIFF. Acquire some knowledge about the director and the film, and then see the film itself, reviewing and consulting SIFF Notes when necessary. SIFF Notes give Pacific sun taggers 2004 the basics--including such features as information about the film, the country of origin, theater and showtime information, critical analyses, a full programming grid, and a list of special events to help you make more informed decisions about what films to see and more fully enjoy the ones you choose.

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The Stranger recently held a "28 Seconds" film contest, wherein we put a challenge to local filmmakers and would-be filmmakers to create an entertaining film lasting a mere twenty-eight seconds.

From the over entries we received, one was chosen.

Unsigned capsules have been rewritten--and often inserted with unnecessary dumb jokes--from SIFF's promotional text. Twenty-five degrees is quite a bit warmer in Europe, and so this film is actually a screwball comedy about illegal immigration. Pacific Place Thurs June 10 9: Bodies soon stack up like cordwood.

This ultra-black noir comedy from the creator of Last Life in the Universe borrows heavily from early Pacific sun taggers 2004 and late Hitchcock, but adds a spark of free-form genre weirdness all its own. A wide shot from a bird's Pacific sun taggers 2004 slowly flies over the infinite cityscape of Tokyo.

We are heading toward Tokyo's communication tower, and as we approach that structure, buildings just below or just ahead are suddenly erased by the wizardry of special effects. The buildings disappear as a late-rock melody is played on an electric guitar. Finally all of the buildings are gone, and instead of marvelous Tokyo, all that is left is the truth: This conclusion to a very promising opening is, like the rest of the film, a major disappointment.


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