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Lost and Found [DVD] <b>DVD</b> ~ Philip Hunt
Lost and Found [DVD] DVD ~ Philip Hunt
Lost and Found is a beautiful little animation by Studio AKA. I urge anyone to buy this, no matter your age you will undoubtedly enjoy it!

Sadly it is only 40 minutes long but it is truly adorable, kids and adults alike will enjoy it. It is based on Oliver Jeffers award winning children's picture book and follows a little boy as he struggles to return a little penguin to his home as he has become lost, adorable i know.

It has won a BAFTA for the Best Children's Animation and has also won 61 other International Awards, surely that just shows you how worth purchasing it really is.

I can't really tell you much more about the plot, as i wouldn't want to give… Read more
The Tiny Book of Tiny Stories: Volume 2 by Joseph Gordon-Levitt
The Tiny Book of Tiny Stories: Volume 2 by Joseph Gordon-Levitt
5.0 out of 5 stars A lovely gift., 26 Jun 2013
I bought this little book for my friend for her birthday and she loved it!

It is adorable, curated by Joseph Gordon Levitt, it is a must for any fan, and for any one who just loves great art.

How it works is people send in passages they have written, or drawings, films or sound clips they have created themselves, and join together with others on the network to combine their talents and create a film, a song, a story, or, in this case, a book of short stories with gorgeous pictures to accompany them.

It is beautiful, it won't take you long to flick through it, but it is definitely something you will keep coming back to to look at again and again and at the… Read more
Before Sunset [DVD] [2004] <b>DVD</b> ~ Ethan Hawke
Before Sunset [DVD] [2004] DVD ~ Ethan Hawke
I prefer Before Sunset to its predecessor Before Sunrise as i find the characters more believable and easier to relate to.

Jesse and Celine are reunited after 9 years without seeing each other, through Jesse's book tour. The film starts in the iconic Shakespeare and Co. bookshop near the picturesque Notre Dame as Jesse is there for the last leg of his book tour, Celine hears about this and goes to the interview, and the film continues from there.

Julie Delpy and Ethan Hawke are great together, forget any preconceptions you may have of either of them as actors, they are great as Jesse and Celine. You can't help but fall in love with them and hope everything works out… Read more