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Bergman Island – Cannes 2021 Review

Mia Hansen-Løve’s newest film, Bergman Island, stars Vicky Krieps and Tim Roth as filmmakers Chris and Tony who have retreated to the island of Fårö for the summer. They travel to the island, known for...
Luce

Luce – LFF 2019 Review

It is hard to explain exactly what Luce is. Initially a serious look at the pressure put on high-achieving black students in US schools, it shifts so many times – even into trashy thriller territory – that...
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Hardcore Henry – Review

Hardcore Henry is one of those rare films that almost makes so little sense that it makes perfect sense. But what it lacks in plotline, it makes up for with some seriously innovative first-person special...
Chronic Death

Chronic – Review

Winner of the Best Screenplay Award at last year’s Cannes Festival, Chronic makes Michael Haneke’s Amour feel like a Richard Curtis romcom. Michel Franco’s camera intrudes, cold and clinical, on...
Selma

Selma – Review

There is much to recommend Selma besides the lure of Martin Luther King. It is creative and well told; never indolent and always interesting; grandiose yet intimate. DuVernay - through a wonderfully slender...