Film Reviews

2985 film reviews available in total starting from 04/09/2002. Last updated on 20/08/2018. 589 film reviews inserted in the last 12 months.

Once you're born you can no longer hide by Marco Tullio Giordana

24/11/2005

"'Once you are born you can no longer hide' really is an African surname... And it is the real name of an illegal immigrant..."  

Quando sei nato non puoi più nasconderti

Quando sei nato non puoi più nasconderti

Something Like Happiness by Bohdan Sláma

24/11/2005

Combining quality cinema with festival acknowledgement and box office success is a tricky task. It seems that Bohdan Slama has got the recipe with that film regarded as the pleasant surprise of 2005  

Stestí

Stestí

Schnitzel Paradise by Martin Koolhoven

24/11/2005

Hilarity and romance blossom in the most disgusting kitchen ever committed to celluloid  

Het Schnitzelpardijs

Het Schnitzelpardijs

Merry Christmas by Christian Carion

08/11/2005

An epic and humanistic voyage through history’s secrets. A director’s fight for mankind’s fraternization in the midst of the war between nations  

Joyeux Noël

Joyeux Noël

Perfume of the Lady in Black by Bruno Podalydès

02/11/2005

Based on the book of Gaston Leroux, The Perfume of the Lady in Black is a bizarre retro comedy and pays homage to the marvellous films of bygone times  

Le Parfum de la Dame en Noire

Le Parfum de la Dame en Noire

Road To L. by Federico Greco, Roberto Leggio

27/10/2005

A docufiction based on the possibility that H. P. Lovecraft came to Italy in 1926 and found inspiratión for his stories from the traditional legends of the Polesine región  

IL mistero di Lovecraft

IL mistero di Lovecraft

Battle in Heaven by Carlos Reygadas

14/10/2005

A study of guilt in a nightmarish Mexico. A European production for a gifted and disturbing filmmaker  

Batalla en el cielo

Batalla en el cielo

Bunker Paradise by Stéphane Liberski

28/09/2005

The directorial debut of Stefan Liberski is a pessimistic yet entrancing film about perversions created by our modern society and its ideology. When money digs into hollowness...  

Bunker Paradise

Bunker Paradise

Hidden by Mickael Haneke

28/09/2005

When Haneke turns the screen into a mirror of the conscience, does this mean he accepts what he has always denied: the possibility of a genealogy of crime?  

Caché

Caché

Alice by Marco Martins

28/09/2005

Part of the Directors’ Fortnight programme, awarded the Jeunes Regards prize at the last Cannes Festival, an atypical production within the Portuguese cinema  

Alice

Alice