30 hand picked films. A new one every day
Friends and family on an iPhone
Bit slow at first, but then it goes BOOM! Bold storytelling. Loved it! The cinematography rocks, there's a lot of sarcasm in it, strong characters, christmassy LA just completes the whole package.
Could not stand the characters for the first half; but that's the greatest magic trick of art, I guess: to make one see what one does not see by itself.
Trădați în Dragoste: Armenians in America
3.5 stars. The tenderness of the ending caught me off-guard after how frenetic and squalid and raw the rest of the film is. A fresh and fearless project.
Brilliantly constructed. Manic, fun energy. Spunky characters led the way with rockin' music. Inspiring what can be done with an Iphone.
suka banget!!! nice scoring!! A+ acting!!! and the color!!! i'm dead!!!
one of the easiest watches of my life
Perhaps not the best story in the world, but the cinematography alone in this movie is worth a viewing. It does, however, help to the movie's credit that it is shot on just three iPhone 5's.
i loved all about this, i don't know where to start
Too hysterical, perhaps.
The all scene in "the donut time", with the mother-in-law, is just priceless.
The indie surprise of the year! Powerful performances from T Actors! A controversial look into Armenian Diaspora! Thumbs up for Smartphone filmmaking!
It was hard to watch– incredibly realistic, cinema verte style, in your face.
A pitch-black comedy about desperation and miscommunication. I imagine that if Mean Streets came out in the present day it wouldn't be too far from what we have here.
3 1/2 stars actually. Funny, streetwise comedy/drama. Interesting view on the sleazy, yet human side of L.A. Shot entirely on an iPhone which you soon forget while watching.
The first idea came into my mind after watching this film is "I've got to buy that anamorphic lens for iPhone".