Film Reviews

4001 film reviews available in total starting from 04/09/2002. Last updated on 21/01/2020. 723 film reviews inserted in the last 12 months.

Isaac by Jurgis Matulevičius

29/11/2019

Jurgis Matulevičius emerges as a talent to watch thanks to a film that’s bound to ruffle some nationalistic feathers  

Izaokas

Izaokas

Gasman by Arne Korner

28/11/2019

Arne Körner’s ironic coming-of-age film, world-premiered at Cairo, is brimming with black humour and revolves around a thirty-something protagonist who refuses to grow up  

Gasmann

Gasmann

Paradise by Davide Del Degan

28/11/2019

Blending drama and irony, Davide Del Degan’s first fiction film tells of a young murder witness’s disorientation as he makes the most of his new identity and tries to change his life  

Paradise

Paradise

The Glass Room by Julius Ševčík

28/11/2019

Julius Sevcik's sensually shot lesbian romance is a pleasure to look at but ultimately doesn’t bring anything new to the table  

Skleněný pokoj

Skleněný pokoj

Andrómedas by Clara Sanz

28/11/2019

Clara Sanz’s first feature film is a French-Spanish documentary full of life, truth and love, shot in a city of La Mancha and revolving around a 90-year-old grandmother and her carer  

Andrómedas

Andrómedas

Finky by Dathaí Keane

28/11/2019

Debuting Irish filmmaker Dathai Keane introduces the nastiest fairy tale since Giovanni Francesco Straparola’s Biancabella and the Snake. Well, almost  

Finky

Finky

The Flying Circus by Fatos Berisha

28/11/2019

Fatos Berisha’s film proves that you can’t go wrong with Monty Python. Or men dressed as nuns  

Cirku Fluturues

Cirku Fluturues

I Walk by Jørgen Leth

27/11/2019

In Jørgen Leth’s latest feature-length documentary, he examines his own vulnerability after experiencing a traumatic event  

I Walk

I Walk

Speak So I Can See You by Marija Stojnić

27/11/2019

Marija Stojnić’s documentary follows the story of Radio Belgrade, one of Europe’s oldest radio stations  

Govori da bih te video

Govori da bih te video

Cleo by Eva Cools

27/11/2019

Eva Cools charts the course of a young woman’s impossible mourning as she waves goodbye to her childhood in this pain-filled coming-of-age story marked by the music of Rachmaninov  

Cleo

Cleo