It's important this documentary exists as it shows one of the most important developments in technology - sharing files/social sharing and connecting to those across the world has changed the way modern society functions; illegal music was only a smart part of that.
It's just a shame it couldn't have been told in a less dry manner. Important and interesting, but not particularly engaging or deep.
Had I known how truly BAD-ASS this film was, I would have made an effort to see it at the cinema. Wow, what a heart-pounding ride. The thing about this monster movie is it feels real. The shitty handheld camera, the irrational decisions, the sheer terror felt by the characters. If there was ever an Alien invasion I would imagine it would occur something like this. Less is definitely more when it comes to showing what is attacking. A quick…
Shame is a cold look at the impact of addiction on a person's life. The film is beautifully shot and masterfully edited. The colour palate of winter New York really adds to the cool feeling.
While some may find this film to be shallow and unfeeling, I believe that is how you are supposed to feel. Addiction takes over peoples lives and leaves them hollow, without any purpose except getting the next fix and easing the pain.
Absolutely astounding acting…