MADELEINE COLLINS – Review by Liz Braun

Madeleine Collins is not exactly a thriller, but it is the sort of spellbinding storytelling that keeps you in its grip throughout. It could be regarded as a psychological drama, and it certainly plays that way. On the other hand, the double life set-up offers a subversive and exaggerated look at the world of women, pulled as they are in different directions at all times. Either interpretation will keep you on the edge of your seat.

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MOVIE OF THE WEEK September 18, 2020: SIBYL

The line between life and art becomes very blurred in Sibyl, French feminist filmmaker Justine Triet’s intimate, ethically complex drama about the titular Sibyl (Virginie Efira), an emotionally fragile psychotherapist who finds inspiration for her novel in her patient’s complicated life. But can she deal with her own insecurities and past entanglements?

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SIBYL – Review by Loren King

Sibyl deftly balances romantic thriller and delicious drama with comic overtones about movie making. It’s one of the best on this rich subject since Truffaut’s classic Day For Night. Sibyl is a smart, surprising and sophisticated movie for adults, a refreshing reprieve from low bar moviemaking.

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