Actress: Julia Lübbert, Mariana Loyola, Agustina Muñoz, Emilia Ossandón

Rara – LFF 2016 Review

13 is the perfect age for female coming-of-age stories. It’s a time for many when the transition between girl and woman becomes increasingly apparent, and for Sara, the main character in Pepa San...
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Love – Review

Gaspar Noé, a cinematic denizen of the controversial and envelope-pushing returns with only his fourth film in twenty eight years. Love, a 3D extravaganza, details a fractious relationship through the...

Match Me! – Doc/Fest 2015 Review

Imagine Richard Curtis directed Catfish and you’ll have some idea of what Lia Jaspers’ Match Me! is all about. We follow three people as they try various methods of finding a partner. Johanna attends a...

Love, Rosie – Review

Lily Collins and her perfect eyebrows are delightful in this time-spanning rom-com, but sadly they aren't enough to save Love, Rosie from descending into overwrought schmaltz. The film follows childhood...

X+Y – LFF Review

Morgan Matthews' X+Y employs refreshing subtlety in place of generically afforded melodrama. Despite playing host to numerous mental and physical disabilities, X+Y commendably eschews blatant and obvious...

Twenty Feet from Stardom – Review

Though its accessibility has drawn scorn from fans of "serious" documentary-making, this VH1-vibed account of sadly-overlooked backing singers should win anyone over. It's the magnetic personalities as much...

Her – Review

Whether you view Her as a vision of dystopia or utopia rather depends on your relationship with technology. To Theodore (Phoenix) it is at once the reason and remedy for his loneliness. He is struggling to...