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5196 film reviews available in total starting from 04/09/2002. Last updated on 18/10/2021. 684 film reviews inserted in the last 12 months.

Animals by Nabil Ben Yadir

15/10/2021

Nabil Ben Yadir delivers a radical film gesture which scrutinises the final hours of a young man who’s the victim of a brutal homophobic crime, and the hours which follow his death  

Animals

Animals

Once Were Humans by Goran Vojnović

15/10/2021

In his third feature film, Goran Vojnović adds the refugee crisis to the mix of personal and ethnic relationships in a border town in Northwest Slovenia  

Nekoc so bili ljudje

Nekoc so bili ljudje

Back to Sölöz by Serge Avedikian

15/10/2021

Serge Avédikian’s insightful documentary conducts an investigation that extends way beyond the film’s running time and leaves us with substantial food for thought  

Retourner à Sölöz

Retourner à Sölöz

Mediterráneo: The Law of the Sea by Marcel Barrena

15/10/2021

Marcel Barrena’s film retraces the birth of the NGO Open Arms which has saved thousands of refugees, but is too enthusiastic in celebrating its protagonist  

Mediterráneo

Mediterráneo

Krystof by Zdenek Jirasky

15/10/2021

Zdeněk Jiráský's latest feature follows a man who finds himself on the run, his life upended by the communist-led purges of Czech religious institutions  

Krystof

Krystof

Land of Dreams by Shirin Neshat, Shoja Azari

15/10/2021

Shirin Neshat and Shoja Azari throw Sheila Vand, Matt Dillon and William Moseley into a borderline surrealist satire on identity and the excesses of the United States  

Land of Dreams

Land of Dreams

The Phantom of the Open by Craig Roberts

14/10/2021

Mark Rylance is the phantom haunting the snootiest golf courses in the land with his mediocre playing skills, in this amiable Brit-com from Craig Roberts  

The Phantom of the Open

The Phantom of the Open

Belfast by Kenneth Branagh

14/10/2021

Kenneth Branagh leaves Shakespeare and Hollywood blockbusters behind to make his most personal work to date, a childhood memoir about growing up in Belfast amidst The Troubles  

Belfast

Belfast

Historias para no dormir by Rodrigo Cortés, Paula Ortiz, Paco Plaza, Rodrigo Sorogoyen

13/10/2021

Thanks to contributions from Rodrigo Cortés, Paco Plaza, Paula Ortiz and Rodrigo Sorogoyen, four episodes of Chicho Ibáñez Serrador’s legendary series take on a dynamic new life 50 years later  

Historias para no dormir

Historias para no dormir

Eiffel by Martin Bourboulon

13/10/2021

Aided by an excellent Romain Duris, Martin Bourboulon crafts a spectacular film about the construction of the Eiffel Tower, underpinned by a contrastingly mundane romantic line  

Eiffel

Eiffel

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