Film Reviews

4310 film reviews available in total starting from 04/09/2002. Last updated on 03/08/2020. 647 film reviews inserted in the last 12 months.

Just Kids by Christophe Blanc

04/08/2020

Christophe Blanc explores with great psychological accuracy and formal inventiveness the journey of grieving siblings left to their own devices  

Just Kids

Just Kids

Eastern by Piotr Adamski

03/08/2020

Girls with guns are rebels with a cause in Piotr Adamski’s feature debut – and that cause is simply to stay alive  

Eastern

Eastern

Journey to Utopia by Erlend E. Mo

03/08/2020

This experiential documentary follows in the footsteps of a family who are aware of a need for change - albeit complicated on an individual level - in support of the ecological struggle  

Rejsen til Utopia

Rejsen til Utopia

One for All by David Ilundain

31/07/2020

David Ilundain, like other filmmakers before him, enters an imaginary classroom to document little-known conflicts between young people, the dynamics between them and their teachers  

Uno para todos

Uno para todos

Tijuana Bible by Jean-Charles Hue

29/07/2020

France's Jean-Charles Hue tackles degeneration and redemption in the slums of the Mexican border town in his shocking, nigh-on documentary-like fiction film, starring a startling Paul Anderson  

Tijuana Bible

Tijuana Bible

Welcome To The Jungle by Hugo Benamozig, David Caviglioli

28/07/2020

A hare-brained immersion into French Guyana forms the focus of Hugo Benamozig and David Caviglioli’s first feature, following the tracks of Vincent Dedienne, Jonathan Cohen and Catherine Deneuve  

Terrible Jungle

Terrible Jungle

The Island of Lies by Paula Cons

24/07/2020

Paula Cons’ crime drama reconstructs a real-life disaster – the 1921 sinking of the Santa Isabel in Galicia – and the ensuing investigation that blew the lid off a dark web of corruption and abuse  

La isla de las mentiras

La isla de las mentiras

Voces by Ángel Gómez Hernández

24/07/2020

The feature debut by Ángel Gómez is a deafening and exhausting horror flick that pilfers too many genre references without managing to find its own guttural hallmark  

Voces

Voces

N.P by Lisa Spilliaert

24/07/2020

Belgian director Lisa Spilliaert takes some highly accomplished first steps in full-length film with a hugely original adaptation of the novel by Japanese writer Banana Yoshimoto  

N.P

N.P

J’ai aimé vivre là by Régis Sauder

24/07/2020

Régis Sauder delivers a captivating journey into the past and the present of the new town of Cergy-Pontoise, traversed by its anonymous inhabitants and the fascinating writings of Annie Ernaux  

J’ai aimé vivre là

J’ai aimé vivre là

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