Tag: Breaking Glass Pictures

From the Head

From the Head

| June 19, 2013 | 0 Comments

Breaking Glass Picture’s new release is a movie called From the Head, which examines the life of a men’s room attendant named Shoes. It’s New York City in 1995, and Shoes works in a strip joint that is always busy with men from all walks of life trying to forget their troubles with booze and broads. […]

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K-11

K-11

| May 1, 2013 | 0 Comments

When Raymond Saxx (Goran Visnjic) turns up in some kind of ward for the criminally insane, accused of killing his wife’s lover, I imagine he feels a bit like Alice; tumbling down the rabbit hole.  He’s disoriented, drunk and/or high, with moments of lucidity but it takes him about half the film to really find […]

Dead In France

Dead In France

| March 29, 2013 | 0 Comments

Dead In France is a film by Kris McManus in collaboration with Jack Hillgate. Together they wrote the film and Kris McManus essentially comprised the main production crew on the set. As well as writing and directing this film McManus was also the Director of Photography and editor. To say the least, that is quite a lot […]

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Shifty

Shifty

| October 2, 2012 | 0 Comments

Made in 2008 in the UK, Eran Creevy’s Shifty is being released in the states by Breaking Glass Pictures and manages to capture all the charm and feel of an independent film and maintain its street cred, as an urban film about drug culture. Riz Ahmed plays the titular character, a small time drug dealer […]

Nate & Margaret

Nate & Margaret

| August 29, 2012 | 0 Comments

Nate (Tyler Ross) is a gay college student studying film production and looking for inspiration.  Margaret (Natalie West) is a middle-aged aspiring stand-up comedian.  The two are neighbors, and through that become best friends, and in a weird way that friendship makes perfect sense to these two characters.  Margaret is awkward, she’s never been married […]

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After the Wizard

After the Wizard

| August 7, 2012 | 0 Comments

Everyone is familiar with the film The Wizard of Oz and Dorothy and Toto and her three friends. It is a story from writer L. Frank Baum that has delighted generations of viewers, again and again. It has gone from plain black and white to amazing Technicolor. Well, the new film After the Wizard, which […]

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Scalene

Scalene

| July 31, 2012 | 0 Comments

Scalene is the latest directorial feat from Zack Parker. If the name sounds unfamiliar to you… well, you’re not alone. This is the first of Parker’s features that I’ve seen and I do this for a living. Sadly, for most, Scalene will be yet another Zack Parker film that will go unnoticed. Not because it […]

Almost Kings

Almost Kings

| June 13, 2012 | 0 Comments

Of all the films that concern themselves with the insular world of average American high school students, one issue appears to take precedence above all others: the loss of one’s virginity. The quest to ditch the V-card has frequently been treated as a comic pursuit, but with Almost Kings, writer-director Philip G. Flores acknowledges its […]

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You’ll Know My Name

You’ll Know My Name

| May 29, 2012 | 0 Comments

At some level, this is a story that is probably relatable to a lot of people.  The plot centers around a group of high school kids who are waiting around for a big fight.  On one side, we have our hero, Nick (Joe Raffa, who also wrote and directed the film) and his entourage, and […]

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