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Film Review - The Brand New Testament


Some movies are worthy of recommendation due to filmmaking care and control, with helmers fashioning elegant assessments of the human condition, using thespian skill and technical knowhow to master visual and emotional communication. And some movies are worth a look just to see Catherine Deneuve romance a gorilla. “The Brand New Testament” is a mischievous creation from co-writer/director Jaco Van Dormel (“Mr. Nobody,” “The Eighth Day”), who picks apart heavenly order to construct a cheeky comedy about creation, God, and a new dawn of human awareness. It’s clever and intricately manufactured, with the production putting everything possible into the picture’s details, making “The Brand New Testament” an effort to be studied, with its craftsmanship as engaging as its dark sense of humor.  Read the rest at


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