Film Reviews

3083 film reviews available in total starting from 04/09/2002. Last updated on 18/09/2018. 597 film reviews inserted in the last 12 months.

Joy by Sudabeh Mortezai

08/09/2018

VENICE 2018: The second film by Sudabeh Mortezai, winner of the Europa Cinemas Label in the Giornate degli Autori, is a provocative unique and feminine take on human trafficking  

Joy

Joy

You Have the Night by Ivan Salatic

07/09/2018

VENICE 2018: In his first feature film, Ivan Salatić gives a feeling of lifelessness and desolation to a space where life is slowly disappearing  

Ti imaš noć

Ti imaš noć

One Nation, One King by Pierre Schoeller

07/09/2018

VENICE 2018: Pierre Schoeller paints a captivating and uneven fresco portraying the early years of the French Revolution  

Un peuple et son roi

Un peuple et son roi

The Summer House by Valeria Bruni Tedeschi

07/09/2018

VENICE 2018: In her newest film, screened out of competition, actress-director Valeria Bruni Tedeschi once again touches upon her own life  

Les Estivants

Les Estivants

1938 Diversi by Giorgio Treves

07/09/2018

VENICE 2018: Italy’s Giorgio Treves directs an in-depth and valid investigation into some very difficult years in recent Italian history  

1938 Diversi

1938 Diversi

M by Anna Eriksson

07/09/2018

VENICE 2018: Shown in Venice's International Film Critics’ Week, Anna Eriksson’s take on Marilyn Monroe swaps movie star glamour for relentless despair  

M

M

Let Me Fall by Baldvin Zophoníasson

07/09/2018

TORONTO 2018: Icelandic filmmaker Baldvin Z delivers a bleak emotional lyrical drama about the unseen drug-abusing and self-catastrophic teen generation of today’s Reykjavik  

Lof mer ad falla

Lof mer ad falla

Manta Ray by Phuttiphong Aroonpheng

07/09/2018

VENICE 2018: Phuttiphong Aroonpheng puts his name to an atmospheric and cryptic first film which shows great promise in terms of form, but which verges on the abstract  

Kraben rāhu

Kraben rāhu

Truk by Sarah Marx

07/09/2018

VENICE 2018: The engrossing debut by French director Sarah Marx deals with prison and depression  

L’Enkas

L’Enkas

Ulysses & Mona by Sébastien Betbeder

07/09/2018

TORONTO 2018: Sébastien Betbeder's dark comedy portrays the inner struggle between misanthropy and altruism which plays out in a grumpy artist’s stone heart when faced with a new disciple  

Ulysse & Mona

Ulysse & Mona