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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Vacuum by Giorgio Cugno

04/05/2012

Winner of the Cineuropa Award at the Lecce Festival, Giorgio Cugno’s first film explores post-natal depression. The film also won the Jury’s Special Prize and the FIPRESCI Award  

Vacuum

Vacuum

Valhalla Rising by Nicolas Winding Refn

03/03/2010

Nicolas Winding Refn’s Valhalla Rising tells a mythical story of a mute warrior and his instinctive search for spiritual home, wherever that may be  

Valhalla Rising

Valhalla Rising

Valley of Shadows by Jonas Matzow Gulbrandsen

15/09/2017

TORONTO 2017: Norwegian filmmaker Jonas Matzow Gulbrandsen’s debut film is a Gothic horror story about a monster that feeds off a young boy’s fear, grief and shyness  

Skyggenes dal

Skyggenes dal

Vanity by Lionel Baier

02/06/2015

CANNES 2015: Swiss director Lionel Baier’s film, which was screened in the alternative ACID selection at Cannes, is a fairy tale tinged with shades of noir on desire and human passion  

La vanité

La vanité

The Venerable W. by Barbet Schroeder

20/05/2017

CANNES 2017: Barbet Schroeder completes his “trilogy of evil” with an enlightening portrait of a Burmese Buddhist fanning the flames of anti-Muslim nationalism  

Le vénérable W.

Le vénérable W.

Venus in Fur by Roman Polanski

25/05/2013

The great Roman Polanski gives a new demonstration of his talent in this movie behind closed doors starring Mathieu Amalric and Emmanuelle Seigner  

La Vénus à la fourrure

La Vénus à la fourrure

Verónica by Paco Plaza

23/08/2017

Spain's Paco Plaza invokes total horror with his new film: the adolescent transformation of a tortured girl with a complicated past and a dysfunctional family  

Verónica

Verónica

Versailles by Pierre Schoeller

06/07/2008

Realism and fairy tale are combined in this disturbing social study, a subtle and moving feature debut on the subject of poverty, unveiled at the Cannes Film Festival  

Versailles

Versailles

Victoria by Sebastian Schipper

08/02/2015

BERLIN 2015: Sebastian Schipper takes us on an exciting journey through 140 minutes filmed in one breathtaking sequence. It is as poignant as it is astounding  

Victoria

Victoria

Viktoria by Maya Vitkova

20/01/2014

Vitkova’s first feature was the first Bulgarian title ever to be selected in the Sundance World Cinema competition  

Viktoria

Viktoria