MIFF 2014 – The Wrap UP

It’s over a week since MIFF 2014 wrapped up, and I’m only just starting to get my sleep patterns back in order. This year, I managed to see 31 films, and in general, I was pretty pleased with my choices. I’ve got nine big recommendations, mostly fun films, although Han Gong-ju nearly killed me, and Joe was a bit tough going too:

A Hard Day

Anina

Han Gong-ju

In Order of Disappearance

Joe

Ping Pong Summer

Pulp: A Film About Life, Death and Supermarkets

The Mole Song: Undercover Agent Reiji

Supermensch – The Legend of Shep Gordon

There are only a handful I wouldn’t bother with, but I am totally aware that people’s tastes vary, and I had a chat to someone who really enjoyed Life of Riley. We really are all different. Here are the few that I disliked.

Our Sunhi

Life of Riley

School of Babel

We Are Mari Pepa

Whitey: United States of America vs James Bulger

Goodbye MIFF for another 11 months, see you next winter!

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