... you can learn from:
Keller: You know the most important thing your granddad ever taught me? Hmm? Be ready. Hurricane, flood, whatever it ends up being. No more food gets delivered to the grocery store, gas stations dry up. People just turn on each other, and uh, all of a sudden all that stands between you and being dead is you.
A happy 51st birthday to director Denis Villeneuve today! He's off preparing to shoot his big-budget adaptation of Dune and we really do wish him all the best - I would've been a little bit more optimistic before I fell asleep halfway through his Blade Runner 2049 movie but I'm hoping he took the lessons he learned making that and will apply them to Dune, especially since Dune could also fall quickly into ponderous territory if you let it. (Just ask David Lynch!) Anyway he's got Timmy so he'll be fine. And now, a query (and yes I'm skipping his early French-Canadian films because I wanted to limit this poll to five, but you may feel free to make your cases for Incendies or Polytechnique or Maelstrom in the comments):