Tale.of.Tales

Tale Of Tales – Review

Tale of Tales is either very much your film or it isn’t in the slightest. Almost certainly destined for cult adoration, Matteo Garrone’s latest feature is a rare oddity: imaginative, arresting, baffling...
Vincent

Partisan – Review

In Ariel Kleiman’s Partisan, Vincent Cassel reminds us why he’s one of France’s greatest actors. He’s gained a reputation for playing brash, violent psychopaths, but Gregori - the father figure of an...

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...