Anna Catley. 21 years old. Addicted to coffee and cinema. 

A chance viewing of Brian DePalma’s The Untouchables (1987) changed my perspective on movie forever. Go Figure. Most likely to ramble about one of the following: Werner Herzog, Orson Welles, Yasujiro Ozu, the Coppola family, David Lean’s Brief Encounter, the Criterion Collection. Will try and convince you that the Lion King II: Simba’s Pride is better than the original.

Single-handedly keeping the video rental business alive in Toronto and Vancouver. 

If someone would like to pay me to write about movies, that’d be great. 

I don’t like the idea of “understanding” a film. I don’t believe that rational understanding is an essential element in the reception of any work of art. Either a film has something to say to you or it hasn’t. If you are moved by it, you don’t need it explained to you. If not, no explanation can make you moved by it. - Federico Fellini

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