Meet Sam, he writes about wine by day and drinks it with the perfect movie pairing by night. He spent time freelancing on sets and made some short films – they were all about inanimate objects eating people. Hailing originally from the United States, he has spent most of his life in New Zealand, though has never shaken a blandly foreign accent. His life choices were all validated the night he saw Werner Herzog describe Nicolas Cage as the greatest human being alive.
Reviews by Sam Behrend:
I don’t usually think of documentaries as being so immersive, but A Flickering Truth is seamless.
While the UK has seen a rise in openly racist sentiment, A United Kingdom is about the true-life marriage of a Botswanan King to an English clerk.
In post-World War II Germany, the film prods us to consider, How do we hold soldiers accountable for heinous actions, if they were just following orders?
“The first Iranian vampire Western” with an awesome Iranian rock soundtrack.