Ivy Moylan [Re]Views Cinematic Visions

There are many movies that deal with the subject of visions and the  marriage of the “real” and the “unreal,” including standouts such as Donnie Darko, Labyrinth, Jacob’s Ladder, and Pan’s Labyrinth. For this discussion, I specifically selected the films [Requiem, Where the Wild Things Are, and Harvey] because, rather than beg the question as to where visions come from, they instead address the tension that we all experience between daily life and our inner worlds of the fantastic, visionary or imaginary.

Excerpt from GLIMPSE film reviewer Ivy Moylan’s  “[RE]VIEWS: Requiem, Where the Wild Things Are, and Harvey.” Issue 6, Visions
Read the entire review here.

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