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Film Reviews

Perfumes - by Grégory Magne - Grégory Magne signs his name to a film full of charm and great humanity, focused on the unexpected coming together of two characters who are both in difficulty, but are ultimately poles apart
Perfumes
by Grégory Magne
Grégory Magne signs his name to a film full of charm and great humanity, focused on the unexpected coming together of two characters who are both in difficulty, but are ultimately poles apart
Undine - by Christian Petzold - BERLINALE 2020: The latest effort by Christian Petzold, which is competing for the Golden Bear, is a love story with a mystical twist but will leave your eyes dry
Undine
by Christian Petzold
BERLINALE 2020: The latest effort by Christian Petzold, which is competing for the Golden Bear, is a love story with a mystical twist but will leave your eyes dry
The Death of Cinema and My Father Too - by Dani Rosenberg - CANNES 2020: Tick-tock, stop the clock! Just like Fats Domino, in his debut feature, Dani Rosenberg tries to freeze time
The Death of Cinema and My Father Too
by Dani Rosenberg
CANNES 2020: Tick-tock, stop the clock! Just like Fats Domino, in his debut feature, Dani Rosenberg tries to freeze time
Love Affair(s) - by Emmanuel Mouret - CANNES 2020: Emmanuel Mouret trials and skilfully succeeds at a new recipe for decrypting the complexity of the love choices we make, a very subtle exploration awarded the Official Selection Label
Love Affair(s)
by Emmanuel Mouret
CANNES 2020: Emmanuel Mouret trials and skilfully succeeds at a new recipe for decrypting the complexity of the love choices we make, a very subtle exploration awarded the Official Selection Label
Gagarin - by Fanny Liatard, Jérémy Trouilh - CANNES 2020: Fanny Liatard and Jérémy Trouilh successfully and skillfully reinvent the social realist drama by tinting it with space-themed onirism and an epic dimension of resistance
Gagarin
by Fanny Liatard, Jérémy Trouilh
CANNES 2020: Fanny Liatard and Jérémy Trouilh successfully and skillfully reinvent the social realist drama by tinting it with space-themed onirism and an epic dimension of resistance
Josep - by Aurel - CANNES 2020: Aurel signs a magnificent animated film about the Retirada, the painful exodus to France in 1939 of the antifrancoist Spanish people, through the story of artist Josep Bartoli
Josep
by Aurel
CANNES 2020: Aurel signs a magnificent animated film about the Retirada, the painful exodus to France in 1939 of the antifrancoist Spanish people, through the story of artist Josep Bartoli
Sweat - by Magnus von Horn - CANNES 2020: In his delicious sophomore film, now granted the Cannes label, Magnus von Horn encourages everyone to go for the burn
Sweat
by Magnus von Horn
CANNES 2020: In his delicious sophomore film, now granted the Cannes label, Magnus von Horn encourages everyone to go for the burn
Slalom - by Charlène Favier - CANNES 2020: Charlène Favier plunges with force into the crucible of the quest for sporting excellence of a teenager, played by Noée Abita, who falls under her trainer’s spell
Slalom
by Charlène Favier
CANNES 2020: Charlène Favier plunges with force into the crucible of the quest for sporting excellence of a teenager, played by Noée Abita, who falls under her trainer’s spell

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Film Reviews

A Son Named Erasmus - by Alberto Ferrari - The road comedy directed by Alberto Ferrari is the first Italian film to debut directly on streaming platforms, in this period where cinemas are closed due to the coronavirus pandemic
A Son Named Erasmus
by Alberto Ferrari
The road comedy directed by Alberto Ferrari is the first Italian film to debut directly on streaming platforms, in this period where cinemas are closed due to the coronavirus pandemic
Jumbo - by Zoé Wittock - Belgium’s Zoé Wittock sticks her neck out with a screwball, metaphorical first feature film, a highly original yet unfulfilling offering in which Noémie Merlant shines bright
Jumbo
by Zoé Wittock
Belgium’s Zoé Wittock sticks her neck out with a screwball, metaphorical first feature film, a highly original yet unfulfilling offering in which Noémie Merlant shines bright
Under the Skin - by Robin Harsch - Swiss director Robin Harsch’s work opens a door onto another world, that of three youngsters in transition, which deserves to be placed in the spotlight
Under the Skin
by Robin Harsch
Swiss director Robin Harsch’s work opens a door onto another world, that of three youngsters in transition, which deserves to be placed in the spotlight
Lynn + Lucy - by Fyzal Boulifa - Fyzal Boulifa presents a stark tale of female friendship in this impressive first feature — a superb introduction to a new name well worth watching
Lynn + Lucy
by Fyzal Boulifa
Fyzal Boulifa presents a stark tale of female friendship in this impressive first feature — a superb introduction to a new name well worth watching
Siberia - by Abel Ferrara - BERLINALE 2020: After Tommaso, Abel Ferrara is back with another self-reflective piece, a collection of Freudian nightmares and silliness that is a fun ride as long as you don't take it seriously
Siberia
by Abel Ferrara
BERLINALE 2020: After Tommaso, Abel Ferrara is back with another self-reflective piece, a collection of Freudian nightmares and silliness that is a fun ride as long as you don't take it seriously
Paradise - by Paul Manate - The first feature film by Polynesia’s Paul Manate sees the depths of wild nature and ancestral ties clash with the corruption of minds and economics
Paradise
by Paul Manate
The first feature film by Polynesia’s Paul Manate sees the depths of wild nature and ancestral ties clash with the corruption of minds and economics
Bigfoot Family - by Ben Stassen, Jérémie Degruson - Ben Stassen and Jérémie Degruson offer up a slice of slickly directed family entertainment set against a backdrop of urgent environmental issues, celebrity culture and high-octane chases
Bigfoot Family
by Ben Stassen, Jérémie Degruson
Ben Stassen and Jérémie Degruson offer up a slice of slickly directed family entertainment set against a backdrop of urgent environmental issues, celebrity culture and high-octane chases
Our Road - by Pierfrancesco Li Donni - Crowned Best Italian Film at the Biografilm Festival, Pierfrancesco Li Donni’s documentary demonstrates tact and empathy in its treatment of school dropouts and dream-deprived adolescents
Our Road
by Pierfrancesco Li Donni
Crowned Best Italian Film at the Biografilm Festival, Pierfrancesco Li Donni’s documentary demonstrates tact and empathy in its treatment of school dropouts and dream-deprived adolescents
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