Dennis D. McDonald (ddmcd@ddmcd.com) consults from Alexandria Virginia. His services include writing & research, proposal development, and project management. Follow him on Google+. He publishes on CTOvision.com and aNewDomain and volunteers with the Alexandria Film Festival. He is also on Linkedin. To subscribe to emailed updates about additions to this web site click here.

Marjane Satrapi & Vincent Paronnaud's PERSEPOLIS

A movie review by Dennis D. McDonald

This animated tale about a young girl growing up in Iran during and after the Revolution as personal freedoms are inexorably removed is simultaneously touching and difficult to watch.

Drawn mostly in black and white, the film works on an emotional level that emphasizes relationships and freedom in ways that seem unthinkable for those who take such freedoms for granted.

Review copyright (c) 2009 by Dennis D. McDonald

Henry Selick's CORALINE

Robert Baca & Josh Rizzo's WELCOME TO MACINTOSH