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‘The Inspection’ showcases what makes a family of choice

Family has long been seen as an institution dictated almost exclusively by bloodline considerations. However, over time, this view has gradually shifted to one where family has become what we make of it. It’s a principle that has assumed many forms, too, based on an array of defining characteristics, some of which have deviated significantly from traditional models. But what’s most important behind this development has been the beneficial impact it has had on many individuals who simply didn’t feel as though they belonged with their blood relatives

2023-01-27T16:19:59+00:00December 11th, 2022|Conscious Creation, Drama, Movie Reviews|

‘She Said’ offers a profile in courage and determination

The David and Goliath narrative is a common template in literature and screenwriting. And, all too often, it’s a recurring theme in many real world events. One hopes that the outcome in those everyday instances mirrors that of their literary counterpart, though circumstances don’t always shake out that way. The chances of success are far greater, however, when addressed from a standpoint of courage and determination

2023-01-09T10:29:28+00:00November 29th, 2022|Conscious Creation, Drama, Movie Reviews|

‘Till’ transforms tragedy into change

It takes a lot to recover from an unspeakable tragedy. Some of us, in fact, may never be able to rebound from the pain. However, one of the most effective and meaningful ways to recoup from such calamities is to turn those dire circumstances into impactful and lasting reform. That may not be easy to accomplish, and we could encounter countless obstacles along the way. But with faith, determination and conviction, we just might bring about the transformation we seek,

2022-12-02T14:07:07+00:00November 6th, 2022|Biography, Conscious Creation, Drama, Movie Reviews|

‘Murina’ examines the quest for independence

There comes a time in life when we all believe we need to strike out on our own. It can be a challenging enough prospect in itself, but it can be far worse when our efforts are hampered by those unduly seeking to hold us back. Independence and personal power may become seemingly unattainable under those circumstances. But is that reason enough to give up?

‘Fire in The Mountains’ ignites a feminist manifesto

To paraphrase Bruce Springsteen, it takes a spark to light a fire. But sometimes such blazes don’t take on the first strike. There’s not enough energy behind it to catch flame. In fact, it may take multiple sparks before a conflagration erupts, a concept that’s applicable both literally and metaphorically. But, when things finally come alive, watch out...

2022-08-28T17:31:02+00:00July 26th, 2022|Conscious Creation, Drama, Foreign, Movie Reviews|

‘The Duke’ presents lessons in idealism, compassion, discernment

Standing out often means standing alone, especially for proponents of particular causes. Individuals who embrace this stance frequently must engage in striking, sometimes-outlandish behavior that gets them noticed in order to get their initiatives noticed. But having to go to such lengths can be exasperating, frustrating and even legally challenging.

2022-06-28T06:16:58+00:00May 16th, 2022|Comedy, Conscious Creation, Drama, Movie Reviews|

‘The Gravedigger’s Wife’ grapples with a heartbreaking choice

What lengths would you go to for the one you love? When adverse situations arise, we can be left with difficult choices, the kind that frequently leave us between a rock and a hard place. No matter how much we care for a loved one, circumstances may thrust us into a position where Herculean efforts – with no guarantee of success – are often foisted upon us.

2022-06-22T09:58:55+00:00May 12th, 2022|Conscious Creation, Drama, Foreign, Movie Reviews, Romance|

‘Writing with Fire’ upholds the search for truth

Getting the truth into circulation when the deck is stacked against you is quite a challenge. In an age when corporate media have come to dominate the journalism landscape, it’s difficult to make inroads for organizations that don’t have ample resources or that don’t fit the expected mold. But, with determination, confidence and a staunch desire to succeed at delivering the truth, it may be possible to achieve a significant breakthrough

2022-05-12T21:54:22+00:00April 15th, 2022|Conscious Creation, Documentary, Foreign, Movie Reviews|

‘Worst Person’ advises care in judgment

Passing judgment is something that, for what it’s worth, seems to come all too easily to most of us. That’s especially true when someone engages in acts that affect us negatively, and, in some cases, such blame may be genuinely deserved. But what happens if such effects result from acts that originate with honest, benign intentions?

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