After many years, I treated myself to a second helping of The Sweet Hereafter. Not only it holds up; a major plot point becomes clearer and the movie is richer for it.
Window Horses is a phenomenal animated drama that proves you don’t need millions of dollars or Pixar-like precision.
Rosie Ming (voiced by Sandra Oh) is a young writer with little life experience who gets the surprise of a lifetime when she’s invited to a poetry festival in Shiraz, Iran. It’s not entirely out of the blue: Rosie is of Persian and Chinese descent, and is curious about her absent father’s land. The culture shock is considerable, but more jarring is…