Movies by Mills (June 2014)

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Edinburgh Film Festival WE’LL NEVER HAVE PARIS Directed by Simon Helric & Jocelyn Towne This eccentric and charming romantic comedy draws on the true story of how, in their case, the course of true love definitely did not run smooth.

BLIND DATES Directed by Levan Koguashvilt An enchanting melancholic comedy with a big heart.

A FULLER LIFE Directed by Samantha Fuller A gripping tribute to American maverick director Samuel Fuller.

A MOST WANTED MAN Directed by Anton Corbijn Starring: Philip Seymour Hoffman. Rachel McAdams. Robyn Wright. William Dafoe. A Chechen Muslim illegally immigrates to Hamburg where he gets caught in the international war on terror.

HAN GONG-JU Directed Su-Jin Lee Despite her efforts to keep a low profile, a high school teacher can’t escape her past that she is an exceptional singer.

I BELIEVE IN UNICORNS Directed by Leah Meyerhoff Davina, an imaginative teenage girl escapes from the reality of caring for her disabled mother into a fairy-tale-inspired fantasy life. She looks for another kind of escape in a new relationship with the charming denizen of a grungy underworld. A fresh look at adolescent romance touched with a delicacy and magic rare in films.

A NIGHT IN OLD MEXICO Directed by Emilio Aragon Starring: Robert Duvall. Jeremy Irvine. When the bank seizes his property, a tough old rancher embarks on the road to Mexico with the twentysomething grandson he has just met.

THE SKELETON TWINS Directed by Craig Johnson A brother and sister twins with much emotional baggage try to connect. 29