At one time, the title for Doug Liman’s new release was All You Need is Kill
and it featured a raw 18-year-old military recruit sucked into a
time-fractured narrative that had him reliving the same day on what
seemed like an endless loop — a D-Day style attack on an alien outpost
on the Normandy beachhead that concluded with great losses to the human
Last year’s Toronto International Film Festival offered big ticket selections like Gravity and 12 Years a Slave that would go on to claim the lion’s share of the attention during the awards season; advance previews of titles like Don Jon, Prisoners and Rush seeking to grab some last minute buzz before their opening weekends...
How often do we forget the real
connection between journalism and art? The thread stitching the two
together is honesty, and that is what documentary director Charlie Paul
aims to capture in his first feature effort: the seams between
world-changing reportage and the creative spirit unleashed.