Child 44 – Review

"Then they came for me," bemoans the end of Martin Niemöller's poem, "and there was no one left to speak for me." In Child 44 Daniel Espinosa has crafted an interesting drama about the bureaucracy of...

The Drop – LFF Review

Michaël R. Roskam’s tense second feature offers subdued fatalism in and amongst the potential cruelty of things unseen. General life and character progression is seemingly set aside in The Drop’s...