Film Reviews

4656 film reviews available in total starting from 04/09/2002. Last updated on 25/02/2021. 541 film reviews inserted in the last 12 months.

Bebia, à mon seul désir by Juja Dobrachkous

11/02/2021

The feature debut by Georgian writer-director Juja Dobrachkous is an impressive, if flawed, stunningly filmed black-and-white drama  

Bebia, à mon seul désir

Bebia, à mon seul désir

Donner - Private by John Webster

10/02/2021

John Webster’s film, which won the Finnish Competition at the Helsinki-based DocPoint, tries to look beyond the “arrogant, self-centred bastard”. Their words, not ours  

Donner - privat

Donner - privat

Dead & Beautiful by David Verbeek

10/02/2021

In his rather unusual Rotterdam entry, David Verbeek delivers Crazy Rich Asians with fangs  

Dead & Beautiful

Dead & Beautiful

The Sparks Brothers by Edgar Wright

10/02/2021

Edgar Wright has made a smart, dynamic and definitive documentary about Ron and Russell Mael, aka the Sparks brothers  

The Sparks Brothers

The Sparks Brothers

Mitra by Kaweh Modiri

09/02/2021

Kaweh Modiri helms a tense, involving piece about a traumatic loss and the perverse role of revenge  

Mitra

Mitra

The Year Before the War by Dāvis Sīmanis

09/02/2021

Dāvis Sīmanis' new feature is a flamboyant, bizarre tragicomedy set in Europe in 1913, rich in surprises and loosely inspired by early silent-era cinema  

Gads pirms kara

Gads pirms kara

The Salt in Our Waters by Rezwan Shahriar Sumit

09/02/2021

Bangladeshi filmmaker Rezwan Shahriar Sumit's first feature is a straightforward and warm film dealing with the themes of authority, personal freedom, religion and climate change  

Nonajoler Kabbo

Nonajoler Kabbo

Looking for Venera by Norika Sefa

08/02/2021

Norika Sefa's feature debut uses a simple but effective plot to depict how teenage girls are currently growing up in Kosovar society  

Në kërkim të Venerës

Në kërkim të Venerës

The Last Bath by David Bonneville

08/02/2021

The feature debut from Portuguese filmmaker David Bonneville starts off intriguingly and elegantly, but does not manage to sustain its own story and its central relationship  

O último banho

O último banho

Est by Antonio Pisu

05/02/2021

In Antonio Pisu’s film, which premiered in Giornate degli Autori and is now available on Italian VOD, three Italian boys encounter a crude reality while on holiday in Ceausescu’s Romania  

Est - Dittatura Last Minute

Est - Dittatura Last Minute

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