Film Reviews

3595 film reviews available in total starting from 04/09/2002. Last updated on 17/06/2019. 711 film reviews inserted in the last 12 months.

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Lady Jane by Robert Guédiguian

14/02/2008

Lady Jane

Lady Jane

Lady Macbeth by William Oldroyd

21/09/2016

SAN SEBASTIÁN 2016: A woman rebels against everyone around her (and against her own humanity) in this restrained yet savage period film from British director William Oldroyd  

Lady Macbeth

Lady Macbeth

Lampedusa in Winter by Jakob Brossmann

14/08/2015

LOCARNO 2015: The film by young Austrian director Jakob Brossmann, shown recently in the Critics' Week at the Locarno Film Festival, unveils the hidden face of an all-too-often forgotten island  

Lampedusa im Winter

Lampedusa im Winter

Land and Shade by César Augusto Acevedo

19/05/2015

CANNES 2015: Cesar Augusto Acevedo makes his directorial debut with a rural wasteland charged with rousing grief  

La tierra y la sombra

La tierra y la sombra

A Land Imagined by Yeo Siew Hua

13/08/2018

LOCARNO 2018: The winner of Locarno’s Golden Leopard is an outstanding detective thriller revolving around the existence of parallel realities and identities  

Huan tu

Huan tu

Land Legs by Samuel Collardey

11/09/2015

VENICE 2015: Samuel Collardey recreates, with his real protagonists, the story of a fisherman and a father forced to stay on land to cope with the swell  

Tempête

Tempête

Land of Ashes by Sofía Quirós Úbeda

19/05/2019

CANNES 2019: The feature debut from Sofía Quirós Ubeda is a coming of age tale about a young Costa Rican woman who goes deep into the world of magic to overcome her grief  

Ceniza Negra

Ceniza Negra

Land of Hope by Markku Pölönen

16/11/2018

Finnish director Markku Pölönen turns back the clock once again with a period drama set between 1945 and 1952 that seems to creak with age but is given a beating heart thanks to Oona Airola  

Oma maa

Oma maa

Land Of Madness by Luc Moullet

20/05/2009

La Terre de la folie

La Terre de la folie

Land of Mine by Martin Pieter Zandvliet

21/10/2015

Martin Zandvliet’s film is the painful story of a group of German teenage prisoners forced to demine the beaches of Denmark at the end of the Second World War  

Under sandet

Under sandet