Film Reviews

916 film reviews available in total starting from 01/03/2005. Last updated on 22/05/2018. 161 film reviews inserted in the last 12 months.

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A.C.A.B. - All Cops Are Bastards by Stefano Sollima

06/07/2012

Police brutality in an explosive portrayal of Italy that rarely makes it to the big screen.  

A.C.A.B. - All Cops Are Bastards

A.C.A.B. - All Cops Are Bastards

A Distant Neighbourhood by Sam Garbarski

16/11/2010

A 50-year-old man is suddenly transported back to his childhood in post-war France. Based on Jiro Taniguchi’s manga book, Sam Garbarski’s film is a beautiful journey into the past  

Quartier lointain

Quartier lointain

A quiet life by Claudio Cupellini

04/07/2011

Claudio Cupellini’s second film is also his most accomplished. After earning Best Actor at the Rome fest for Toni Servillo, the film won the Cineuropa Award at the Brussels Film Festival.  

Una vita tranquilla

Una vita tranquilla

A Season in France by Mahamat-Saleh Haroun

11/09/2017

TORONTO 2017: In his first film shot in France, celebrated Chadian filmmaker Mahamat-Saleh Haroun delivers an intimate romantic drama that tackles the problems of today’s refugees  

Une saison en France

Une saison en France

A Skin So Soft by Denis Côté

04/08/2017

LOCARNO 2017: The latest feature by Denis Côté is being presented in the international competition at Locarno, taking us on an intimate journey with some modern-day gladiators  

Ta peau si lisse

Ta peau si lisse

A Street in Palermo by Emma Dante

29/08/2013

An encounter and confrontation in a narrow Palermo alleyway of Rosa and elderly Samira, in the debut film of Sicilian playwright Emma Dante  

Via Castellana Bandiera

Via Castellana Bandiera

A Wedding by Stephan Streker

20/10/2016

In Belgian filmmaker Stephan Streker’s film, young Lina El Arabi is outstanding in the role of a ‘second-generation’ girl who just wants to make her own choices freely  

Noces

Noces

Above the Law by Jean-François Hensgens, François Troukens

04/09/2017

VENICE 2017: François Troukens and Jean-François Hensgens present a thrilling 100% Belgian film where the line between cops and thugs threatens to be dangerously blurred  

Tueurs

Tueurs

Abracadabra by Pablo Berger

01/08/2017

Bilbaine director Pablo Berger aims to hypnotise audiences with his latest game of prestige: a colourful, grotesque and exaggerated film that combines dark comedy, fantasy and drama  

Abracadabra

Abracadabra

Absence of Closeness by Josef Tuka

05/07/2017

KARLOVY VARY 2017: Czech writer-director Josef Tuka's feature debut is a well-crafted film that does not make excuses for its selfish characters  

Absence blízkosti

Absence blízkosti