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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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

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

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

A Paris Education by Jean-Paul Civeyrac

20/02/2018

BERLIN 2018: Jean-Paul Civeyrac offers a splendid piece of fiction, full of scope, charm and mastery, with some excellent performances from young actors  

Mes Provinciales

Mes Provinciales

Paris is a Moveable Feast – A Film in 18 Waves by Sylvain George

30/03/2017

Sylvain George continues on his fascinating trajectory with a work of exceptional form: exuberant, political, poetic and seminal  

Paris est une Fête - Un film en 18 vagues

Paris est une Fête - Un film en 18 vagues

Paris La Blanche by Lidia Terki

29/11/2016

Lidia Terki's first feature deals with economic migration and what family can represent to a person  

Paris La Blanche

Paris La Blanche

Park by Sofia Exarchou

19/09/2016

SAN SEBASTIÁN 2016: Sofia Exarchou’s feature debut employs unrelenting realism to offer a haunting portrait of post-Olympics, crisis-ridden Athens  

Park

Park

A Parting Shot by Jeanne Waltz

24/05/2007

With A Parting Shot, director Jeanne Waltz celebrates a thawing of bodies and hearts  

Pas douce

Pas douce

Party Girl by Marie Amachoukeli, Claire Burger, Samuel Theis

17/05/2014

CANNES 2014: A moving and honest debut film, hinting at a promising career ahead for the young trio of French directors  

Party Girl

Party Girl