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Sorry but I could not believe I sat through this.
As with other Egoyan films I have seen ("Speaking Parts", "Exotica", and "The Sweet Hereafter"), much of "Calendar" is deliberately paced, and beautifully shot.
The foreign languages in Calendar represents a world of immediate and authentic and real, uncalculated, uncategorized, or unanalyzed feeling.
this is an artistic movie, it's really well written. Even though it's not the typical category then I watch movies in, I still watch this one because the director is really well... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Lex Green
Atom Egoyan's the type of filmmaker who knows how to sift the pathos and anger out of the most banal of actions, letting his audience wait and wait to find out the events the... Read morePublished on March 25, 2005 by E. Kutinsky
I had hoped I would learn more about Armenian church history in the earliest days of christianity. I like Atom Egoyan's films, they are very distinctive compared to American... Read morePublished on November 9, 2004 by Scamp Lumm
Our duty as Armenians is to Remember and pass the memory to next generation and make the tragedy known to the world, this movie does it the best way... Read morePublished on May 9, 2004
Atom Egoyan is one of the most interesting directors alive. Indeed, "The Sweet Hereafter" was probably the best film of the 1990s. Read morePublished on February 27, 2004 by Carl Tait
I like Atom Egoyan's movies but I am not a die-hard enough fan to sit through this one. Atom Egoyan even "tries" to act in it. Read morePublished on January 19, 2004 by OverTheMoon
The foreign languages in Calendar represents a world of immediate and authentic and real, uncalculated, uncategorized, or unanalyzed feeling. Read morePublished on December 20, 2003 by Arthur C. Hurwitz
CALENDAR is a funny little quirky film made by Atom Egoyan (The Sweet Hereafter), directed by Atom Egoyan, and starring Atom Egoyan. Read morePublished on November 27, 2003 by Dianne Foster