Bitch

Bitch – Sundance London 2017 Review

In her fourth feature Marianna Palka (known for Good Dick) absurdly illustrates how, by just being in relation to her adulterous husband, society will inevitably judge the behaviour of the woman scorned as...
Madame Bovary

I Am Not Madame Bovary – Review

To immediately disappoint fans of Gustave Flaubert, I Am Not Madame Bovary has no likeness to Madame Bovary other than its title. Chosen by the film’s translators as a more recognisable defamation than the...

Neruda – Review

Off the back of his Jackie Kennedy bio comes Neruda, Pablo Larraín’s portrait of the womanizing poet-politician unusually told from the perspective of the detective inspector attempting to track him down....
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Signature Move – BFI Flare 2017 Review

Signature Move lies at the intersection of women’s wrestling, closeted homosexuality and the communities of Mexican and Pakistani diaspora in today’s Chicago. A portrait of people on the move, whether this...
Shrinked

Aquarius – Review

Kleber Mendonça Filho returns to the north-eastern Brazilian state of Pernambuco to vent his anger at the redevelopment of one of its coastal towns. His condemnation comes in the form of an intimate personal...