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Movies of the Soul writes about movies which are worth the attention and time. There are mostly reviews, and there also a few movie-related articles, looking forward to expand the genre of the blog even further. There are also other blogs at Wordpress supporting the same, run by me.

If you are coming up with a new short-films, provide the link or entry, and I will watch it for a review, as long as it is good enough. The same is the case of full-length movies.



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