MOVIE OF THE WEEK January 19, 2018: THE SHAPE OF WATER

motw logo 1-35As beautiful to look at as it is entertaining to watch, The Shape of Water is a magical tale about misfits who find kinship in a secret government lab during the Cold War. It’s unlike any other film released during 2017, which is one reason why AWFJ members gave it the EDA Award for Best Film of the year. Continue reading….

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THE SHAPE OF WATER — Review by Lauren Veneziani

The Shape of Water is the work of director, Guillermo del Toro, who is known for his visionary filmmaking. The film is a sort of Beauty and the Beast. It is set in 1962 and Sally Hawkins is a mute janitor who works in a science facility that is holding an aquatic creature to study it. She and the creature have their own way of communicating with each other through sign language, and they end up falling in love.

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