Film Reviews

2984 film reviews available in total starting from 04/09/2002. Last updated on 17/08/2018. 588 film reviews inserted in the last 12 months.

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The Page Turner by Denis Dercourt

04/07/2006

A refined thriller set in a world lulled by classical music. Calculated revenge and a confrontation between two exceptional actresses, masterly filmed by an exceptional director  

La Tourneuse de pages

La Tourneuse de pages

Pale Eyes by Jérôme Bonnell

02/05/2005

A film comprised by feeling, light, colour, whispering grass and wind, capturing a presence  

Les yeux clairs

Les yeux clairs

Palm Trees in the Snow by Fernando González Molina

24/12/2015

Fernando González Molina directs this melodrama that is as overambitious as it is confused, starring his favourite actor, the very mainstream Mario Casas, in a role that is just too big for him  

Palmeras en la nieve

Palmeras en la nieve

Panama by Pavle Vučković

16/05/2015

CANNES 2015: Pavle Vuckovic paints the portrait of a generation whose superficiality and depravity are fuelled by their lives being completely taken over by the Internet  

Panama

Panama

Panic Attack by Pawel Maslona

18/01/2018

The directorial debut by Poland’s Pawel Maslona is a hilarious black comedy with intertwining plotlines, proving that the more really is the merrier  

Atak paniki

Atak paniki

Paper Souls by Vincent Lannoo

04/10/2013

Vincent Lannoo will present Les Ames de Papier, at the closure of the 28th Namur Film Festival, his new film with Stéphane Guillon, Julie Gayet, Jonathan Zaccaï and Pierre Richard  

Les Âmes de papier

Les Âmes de papier

Papusza by Krzysztof Krauze, Joanna Kos-Krauze

03/07/2013

With this gipsy biography, Joanna and Krzysztof Krauze are back in competition in the International Film Festival of Karlovy Vary where they won a Crystal Globe in 2005 with My Nikifor  

Papusza

Papusza

Parabellum by Lukas Valenta Rinner

28/01/2015

Austrian Lukas Valenta Rinner achieves with his debut feature, in competition for the Hivos Tiger Awards, an excellent and unexpected disaster movie  

Parabellum

Parabellum

Paradise by Andreï Konchalovsky

09/09/2016

VENICE 2016: Andrei Konchalovski returns to Venice in another bid for the Golden Lion, with this impressive film that ravels an entirely fictional story into the form of a documentary  

Rai

Rai

Paradise: Faith by Ulrich Seidl

31/08/2012

The second instalment in Austrian director Ulrich Seidl's trilogy has shaken Venice, with all the art of provocation that he has cultivated over the years  

Paradies: Glaube

Paradies: Glaube