THE JUSTICE OF BUNNY KING – Review by Valerie Kalfrin

Set in New Zealand, The Justice of Bunny King is a compassionate drama about one woman trying to get her life back together and the hurdles that are in her way. Some of these are biases against someone poor who’s lost her children. Others are the fallout of her choices. Making her feature directing debut, Gaysorn Thavat crafts a sympathetic portrait of Bunny in kind, understated moments that never feel manipulative.

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BABYTEETH -Review by Lois Alter Mark

Milla is dying, and she’s determined to experience love – in all its messiness – before she leaves this earth. She knows her first love will also be her last, and she accepts that. In the meantime, though, she wants to live – really live – and Moses takes her out of her middle class suburban comfort zone both literally and figuratively.

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