Mario O'Hara's "Demons" cited

Mind you, this was 2002, but it's nice to see some people liked the film:


Cinema Highlights 2002


by John Gianvito


Films viewed (in no hierarchy):

Deux (Werner Schroeter, France, 2002)

Profit and Nothing But! (Raoul Peck, France, 2001)

One Fine Spring Day (Jin-Ho Hur, Hong Kong/South Korea, 2001)

Sauvage Innocence (Philippe Garrel, France, 2001)

Alambrista! (Robert M. Young, US, Revised Director's Cut, 1978-2002)

From The Other Side (Chantal Akerman, France, 2002)

An Injury to One (Travis Wilkerson, US, 2002)

Demons (Mario O'Hara, Philippines, 2000)

The Road (Darejan Omirbaev, Kazakhstan, 2001)

H-Story (Suwa Nobuhiro, Japan/France, 2001)

The Navigators (Ken Loach, UK, 2001)

Solitude (Robin Schlaht, Canada, 2001)

Otello (Carmelo Bene, Italy, 2002)


John Gianvito wrote, directed and produced The Mad Songs of Fernanda Hussein (2001).



("Bulong ng Balakyot/Pangarap ng Puso" is "Demons," incidentally)



by Olaf Möller


Top Ten 2002:

Ali (Michael Mann, 2001)

Araburu Tamashii Tachi (Miike Takashi, 2001)

Bulong Ng Balukyot / Pangarap Ng Puso (Mario O'Hara, 2000)

Hundstage (Ulrich Seidl, 2001)

Isshukan - Aiyoku Nikki (Kobayashi Masahiro)

Lavoura Arcaica (Luiz Fernando Carvalho, 2001)

The Mad Songs Of Fernanda Hussein (John Gianvito, 2001)

Renmin Gongche (Fruit Chan Kuo, 2002)

Sagkoshi (Bahram Beyzai, 2001)

Shin Jingi No Hakaba (Miike Takashi, 2002)


Olaf Möller is a writer, translator and curator based in Cologne.  

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