Reviews

6012 film reviews available in total starting from 04/09/2002. Last updated on 06/12/2022. 711 film reviews inserted in the last 12 months.

Looking for Venera by Norika Sefa

06/12/2022

Selected as Kosovo's Oscars submission, Norika Sefa's feature debut uses a simple but effective plot to depict how teenage girls are currently growing up in Kosovar society  

Në kërkim të Venerës

Në kërkim të Venerës

The Chambermaid by Mariana Cengel-Solcanská

06/12/2022

Although focused on a lesbian relationship in an unusual context, Mariana Cengel-Solcanská’s film remains a clichéd period drama  

Slúžka

Slúžka

The Pioneers by Luca Scivoletto

05/12/2022

Luca Scivoletto’s film debut nostalgically highlights the comical sides of political militancy as it once was, but it lacks the irreverent verve of the book on which it’s based  

I Pionieri

I Pionieri

The Winter of One Spring by Milan Nikodijević

05/12/2022

Milan Nikodijević tells the story behind an iconic photo and portrays the experience of the Prague Spring from the point of view of Yugoslav FAMU pupils studying at that time  

The Winter of One Spring

The Winter of One Spring

Orlando by Daniele Vicari

01/12/2022

Shot in Brussels, Daniele Vicari’s movie depicts an affectionate coming together and clashing of two generations and, potentially, two forms of cinema  

Orlando

Orlando

Sashenka by Alexander Zhovna

01/12/2022

Olexandr Zhovna’s sophomore feature shows enough to unsettle, but things get too convoluted and confusing along the way  

Sashenka

Sashenka

Phi 1.618 by Theodore Ushev

29/11/2022

Bulgarian-Canadian animator Theodore Ushev's first feature is an anti-utopia fairytale that questions scientific progress against the backdrop of post-communist decadence  

Phi 1.618

Phi 1.618

Upon Entry by Alejandro Rojas, Juan Sebastián Vázquez

29/11/2022

Filmmakers Alejandro Rojas and Juan Sebastián Vásquez present an interesting debut somewhere between drama and black comedy  

Upon Entry

Upon Entry

Suna by Çiğdem Sezgin

29/11/2022

Çiğdem Sezgin’s sensitive drama featuring Turkish singer Nurcan Eren slips into the lonely inner world of a spiritually independent woman who clashes with unshakeable patriarchy  

Suna

Suna

The Rise & Fall Of Comrade Zylo by Fatmir Koçi

29/11/2022

Fatmir Koçi’s adaptation of Dritëro Agolli’s novel remains very faithful to the source material, for better or for worse  

Shkelqimi dhe renia e shokut Zylo

Shkelqimi dhe renia e shokut Zylo

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