Film Reviews

4035 film reviews available in total starting from 04/09/2002. Last updated on 29/01/2020. 732 film reviews inserted in the last 12 months.

Truth and Justice by Tanel Toom

20/12/2019

In his Oscar-shortlisted film, Tanel Toom takes on Anton Hansen Tammsaare’s work, regarded as one of the most important in the Estonian literature  

Tõde ja õigus

Tõde ja õigus

Nocturnal by Nathalie Biancheri

19/12/2019

Italy’s Nathalie Biancheri puts her name to a promising debut with a first feature film produced in the UK and revealing great directorial prowess  

Nocturnal

Nocturnal

The Fortune Goddess by Ferzan Ozpetek

19/12/2019

Ferzan Ozpetek returns to Rome with a touching and melancholy film on how love changes over time, revolving around a male couple in crisis who are entrusted with two children  

La dea fortuna

La dea fortuna

Sanctuary by Álvaro Longoria

18/12/2019

Álvaro Longoria and brothers Javier and Carlos Bardem launch themselves into a Greenpeace campaign in the hope of securing protected zone status for a vast area of the Antarctic Ocean  

Sanctuary (Santuario)

Sanctuary (Santuario)

Kongo by Hadrien La Vapeur, Corto Vaclav

17/12/2019

Hadrien La Vapeur and Corto Vaclav immerse themselves in the day-to-day of a Congolese healer in this fascinating documentary on the cultural power of spirits, whether witches or mermaids  

Kongo

Kongo

Sing Me a Song by Thomas Balmès

16/12/2019

Thomas Balmès returns to the young Buddhist monk Peyangki, who appeared in his earlier work Happiness and is now wrestling with a crisis of adolescence while Bhutan gets to grips with modernisation  

Sing Me a Song

Sing Me a Song

Pinocchio by Matteo Garrone

13/12/2019

Matteo Garrone preserves the original spirit of the famous puppet and isn’t influenced by current tendencies in fantasy storytelling. In Italian cinemas from 19 December  

Pinocchio

Pinocchio

Binti by Frederike Migom

12/12/2019

Writer-director Frederike Migom focuses on immigrants without papers in Belgium in this charming, politically charged film aimed at children  

Binti

Binti

The Two Popes by Fernando Meirelles

12/12/2019

The dramatic resignation of Pope Benedict XVI is told as an unlikely buddy-buddy comedy in this film helmed by Fernando Meirelles  

The Two Popes

The Two Popes

The Immortal by Marco D'Amore

05/12/2019

Marco D’Amore directs himself in the big screen spin-off of Gomorrah, dedicated to the series’ most iconic character  

L'immortale

L'immortale