Film Reviews

3553 film reviews available in total starting from 04/09/2002. Last updated on 22/05/2019. 695 film reviews inserted in the last 12 months.

Abou Leila by Amin Sidi-Boumédiène

22/05/2019

CANNES 2019: The stylish debut feature by Amin Sidi-Boumédiène deals with the mental stress of trauma  

Abou Leila

Abou Leila

Particles by Blaise Harrison

22/05/2019

CANNES 2019 : Blaise Harrison is a revelation with his feature debut, a teen movie with a very personal style at the crossroads of fantasy and quantum physics  

Les Particules

Les Particules

Tommaso by Abel Ferrara

22/05/2019

CANNES 2019: In his new, almost uncomfortably personal film, Abel Ferrara talks about himself. For a change  

Tommaso

Tommaso

Liberté by Albert Serra

22/05/2019

CANNES 2019: Albert Serra invites us to partake in the nocturnal wanderings of a group of sadien libertines as the liminal surrounds of the forest rustle with their desires  

Liberté

Liberté

Adam by Maryam Touzani

21/05/2019

CANNES 2019: Maternity, friendship and the position of women in Moroccan society all feature in Maryam Touzani’s exquisite debut film  

Adam

Adam

Our Mothers by César Díaz

21/05/2019

CANNES 2019: Through the story of Ernesto, his family, and his friends, César Díaz paints the portrait of a collective resilience, that of the victims of the Guatemalan military dictatorship  

Nuestras madres

Nuestras madres

Fire Will Come by Oliver Laxe

21/05/2019

CANNES 2019 : Oliver Laxe crafts an austere and very powerful film about the forces of nature, following a paria leaving prison and returning to his mother  

O que arde

O que arde

Dogs Don’t Wear Pants by J.-P. Valkeapää

21/05/2019

CANNES 2019: Finnish helmer J-P Valkeapää proves that all you need is love. And a plastic bag  

Koirat eivät käytä housuja

Koirat eivät käytä housuja

Frankie by Ira Sachs

21/05/2019

CANNES 2019: In what feels like one of the longest 98-minute-long films ever made, Ira Sachs talks about a terminal illness and, fittingly enough, leaves you comatose  

Frankie

Frankie

Young Ahmed by Jean-Pierre Dardenne, Luc Dardenne

20/05/2019

CANNES 2019: The Dardenne brothers return to their core film values, painting a modest portrait of a child caught in the vortex of religious radicalisation  

Le Jeune Ahmed

Le Jeune Ahmed