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7000 film reviews available in total starting from 04/09/2002. Last updated on 21/05/2024. 756 film reviews inserted in the last 12 months.

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Wackersdorf by Oliver Haffner

03/07/2018

With his third feature, world-premiered at Munich, Oliver Haffner pierces through to the core of the political games that serve higher industrial interests  

Wackersdorf

Wackersdorf

Wait for Me by Damir Markovina

16/09/2021

Damir Markovina studies the dynamics, relationships and emotions within his family in his debut documentary  

Cekaj me

Cekaj me

The Wait by Francisco Javier Gutiérrez

28/11/2023

F Javier Gutiérrez combines folk horror, western, revenge film and biblical-diabolic tragedy in his third film, full of dusty, bloody and very sweaty images  

La espera

La espera

The Wait by Aku Louhimies

30/11/2021

The new film by Finnish director Aku Louhimies is a feminist tale of desire that feels like a foregone conclusion  

Odotus

Odotus

The Wait by Piero Messina

05/09/2015

VENICE 2015: Juliette Binoche is the star of the debut by Piero Messina, an elegant drama set in modern-day Sicily  

L'attesa

L'attesa

Waiting for the Barbarians by Ciro Guerra

09/09/2019

VENICE 2019: Ciro Guerra’s adaptation of JM Coetzee’s colonial tale benefits from a handsome look and a fine main performance  

Waiting for the Barbarians

Waiting for the Barbarians

Waiting for the Barbarians by Eugène Green

23/11/2017

Eugène Green presents the world premiere of his new and audacious film at Gijón: an acting workshop transformed into a film  

En attendant les barbares

En attendant les barbares

Wajib by Annemarie Jacir

09/08/2017

LOCARNO 2017: Annemarie Jacir's third film shows a journey that goes far beyond the clear-cut title of the film, all the while respecting the power of the rule of three: time, action and place  

Wajib

Wajib

Wake Me by Marko Santic

23/11/2022

In his efficient fourth feature film, Marko Šantić examines a nationalist thug’s chances at redemption after he suffers memory loss  

Zbudi Me

Zbudi Me

Wake Up on Mars by Dea Gjinovci

16/04/2020

Touching, original and instructive, the first feature from young Swiss-Albanian documentary filmmaker Dea Gjinovci is at the family bedside of two young sleeping women  

Réveil sur Mars

Réveil sur Mars

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