Film Reviews

916 film reviews available in total starting from 01/03/2005. Last updated on 23/05/2018. 159 film reviews inserted in the last 12 months.

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Caesar Must Die by Paolo Taviani, Vittorio Taviani

13/02/2012

Criminals perform Shakespeare in a Roman prison. A fascinating film unveiled at the 62nd Berlinale.  

Cesare deve morire

Cesare deve morire

The Caiman by Nanni Moretti

24/04/2006

Now that the elections are over and Silvio Berlusconi lost, it is simpler, away from all the political controversy and prejudice, to see Nanni Moretti’s tenth film for what it really is  

Il Caimano

Il Caimano

The Cakemaker by Ofir Raul Graizer

04/07/2017

KARLOVY VARY 2017: Israeli filmmaker Ofir Raul Graizer's first feature is a sensual and rebellious story in which identities are overcome by love  

The Cakemaker

The Cakemaker

Call Me by Your Name by Luca Guadagnino

14/02/2017

BERLIN 2017: Luca Guadagnino’s intimate portrayal of a homosexual love affair is easily the director’s most tender and restrained work  

Call Me by Your Name

Call Me by Your Name

Callback by Carles Torras

28/04/2016

Carles Torras directs, writes and produces one of the most disconcerting (and interesting) films to have been selected in competition for the 19th Málaga Spanish Film Festival  

Callback

Callback

Camille Claudel 1915 by Bruno Dumont

15/02/2013

Bruno Dumont turns Juliette Binoche into a sick Camille Claudel, totally possessed by a character who stands out in the competition of the 63rd Berlinale.  

Camille Claudel 1915

Camille Claudel 1915

Can't Say Goodbye by Lino Escalera

22/03/2017

At the 20th Malaga International Film Festival, Lino Escalera has unveiled this hard-hitting, poignant and truthful film about a father and daughter who embark on a useless flight  

No sé decir adiós

No sé decir adiós

Capharnaüm by Nadine Labaki

19/05/2018

CANNES 2018: Nadine Labaki fixes her gaze on the slums of Beirut, telling the devastating survival story of a child who didn’t ask to be born  

Capharnaüm

Capharnaüm

The Captain by Robert Schwentke

30/09/2017

SAN SEBASTIÁN 2017: From Robert Schwentke comes this fable, set in Germany in the final throes of the Second World War, about the value of justice when all traces of humanity have been lost  

Der Hauptmann

Der Hauptmann

Captive by Brillante Mendoza

13/02/2012

Hostages and abductors in the chaos of the Filipino jungle. A powerful, nuanced film starring Isabelle Huppert.  

Captive

Captive