Emma Fogarty

My E-mail address if you wanna contact me is: emmafogarty345@gmail.com

Favorite films

  • The Weeping Meadow
  • The Third Part of the Night
  • The Beekeeper
  • Yi Yi

Recent activity

  • Imagining Argentina


  • Seven Days… Seven Nights

  • Stardoom


  • Ajji

Recent reviews

  • Imagining Argentina

    Imagining Argentina


    Christopher Hampton directs 107 minute drama starring Antonio Banderas as a theater director searching for his wife, during the fascist years in Argentina.

    Do I think imagining Argentina deserved its critical slaughtering? No.
    Do I believe you should watch it? I'd say so, though it wouldn't be the end of your Latin America story journey.
    Its really an overview and introduction course to Americans and British filmgoers that never knew anything about these events.
    If you wanted bigger explorations of…

  • Seven Days… Seven Nights

    Seven Days… Seven Nights

    Jeanne Moreau and Jean-Paul-Belmondo star in Peter Brook's 90 minute drama, about two people who form a connection after meeting on the site of a murder.

    One gets the idea throughout that Moreau's characters bourgeois existence is as bare and barren as the bare arses of the branches and backsides of the leafless trees we seen in the film.
    A slow gliding camera, shots of boats and the sea further help to elevate this film into the moodpiece that it…

Popular reviews

  • Dunkirk



    Dunkirk is a 100 minute action/war film directed by Christopher Nolan, it stars Tom Hardy and focuses on the British naval escape from Dunkirk during the second world war.

    Allow me to get something out of the way, I am not a fan of Christopher Nolan, I found Interstellar syrupy and condescending in its exposition, Memento and Insomnia, Inception as self-important crime films which consider themselves more than they actually are, I’ll take the old Batman films (Burton and…

  • Sleep Has Her House

    Sleep Has Her House

    Sleep has her house is a 90 minute experimental film directed by Scott Barely, it is a non-narrative film featuring no actors or dialogue.

    I confess, high-experimental cinema is an area of film I have left tragically unexplored, this was also my first Barely outing.
    While Fricke and Reggio are less immersive, the prior feels like he has more to say and you have more fun interpretating the images and ordering them and are well...generally brighter, more vibrant .