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Richard Linklater

Boyhood (2014)

Pleasures and days Richard Linklater's Boyhood is a film about family life and a boy growing up from age six to age eighteen. It was shot over a twelve-year period, four days or so of shooting a year, with the principals all played by…

Boyhood (2014)

Boyhood proves one of director Richard Linklater’s most ambitious projects yet. Not only must it had taken a lot of discipline to film a story in fragments over a twelve year period, but the real test is to keep an audience engrossed for…

A Scanner Darkly (2006)

Fred (Keanu Reeves) is an undercover narcotics agent. He is also Bob Arctor, who lives with his drug-addled friends, all under the influence of Substance D - a highly addictive and dangerous drug, also known as ‘Death’. This film explores…

Bernie (2011)

Bernie Tiede (Jack Black) is an assistant funeral director in small town Carthage, Texas. He is loved by the community and gets along particularly well with the elderly widows he seeks out to console after going the extra mile with their…

Me & Orson Welles (2009)

Things get heated as we get to watch The Mercury rising . . . . . . . . People surprised by the fact that this movie is directed by Richard Linklater should remember that he views Welles as a "patron saint of indie film-makers" and also…