If you've had your fill of special effects and sequels at the movies, we have a refreshing change-of-pace for you. It's called "Words and Pictures."
The film is set in a prep school. Clive Owen teaches English, and Juliette Binoche teaches art.
They launch a competition over whether words or pictures are more important, and the rivalry draws them together in ways they didn't expect.
One of the producers of the film is Gary Cogill, who many of you know as News 8's former film critic.
He stopped by to talk about the film.