Monos is a surprising film, which is perhaps the best thing an arthouse film can be.
Ghost Town Anthology obliquely explores the sliver of seflishness at the core of grief.
Judy and Punch is most successful in its blackly comic mode; less so as a revenge fantasy.
[CENSORED] is compiled from clips excised from films imported into Australia from the late ‘50s to the early ‘70s.
Shoplifters unfolds with Kore-eda’s trademark warmth and generosity, but there’s a sting in its tail.
Hotel by the River is a slight, but interesting experiment for Hong Sang-soo aficionados.
The Wild Boys is the kind of film that defies words.
When it comes to directing, Stanley Tucci is one hell of an actor. At least, that’s the case if his latest feature – Final Portrait – is anything to go by.
Terrence Malick’s latest feature, Song to Song, clarifies the experimentation of his previous two films.
The thesis of The Square is simple: humans are selfish motherfuckers who only act benevolently because of the pressure of polite society.