Category: Foreign Language
Sundance 2023: ‘Other People’s Children- Film Review
Sundance 2023 Premiere Selections “Other People’s Children” (“Les enfants de autres”) Inspired by a personal experience, Rebecca Zlotowski’s “Other People’s Children” could be her finest work to date. The filmmaker creates a gentle and intelligent film about a childless
Sundance 2023: ‘L’immensità’- Film Review
Emanuele Crialise’s “L’immensità” is an emotionally raw tale born of the filmmaker’s own experiences as a youth. This is a film rich in feeling and emotion and one that bleeds with the spectacular bond between a mother and her children.
‘The Good Boss’: Film Review- Javier Bardem Is Perfect As A Duplicitous Jefe
In the new film “El buen patrón” (“The Good Boss”), Javier Bardem continues to prove he is one of modern cinema’s finest actors. With pure charisma and the tightest of grasp regarding the depth of his character, Bardem crafts one
‘Official Competition’ Film Review: The Madness And Egos Of Filmmakers
When discussing the “Art” of the filmmaking craft, directors and actors can either be inspiring and informative, or speak as if their heads are too far up their self-important asses. Mariano Cohn and Gastón Duprat’s “Official Competition” tackles both types
Nightstream 2021- ‘After Blue (Paradis Sale): An Erotic, Sci-fi, Western
Surreal Eroticism And Grotesque Horror Paint A Gorgeously Macabre Picture In This Science-Fiction Horror Western
New York Asian Film Festival ‘Snakehead’: A Film Of Power
A striking and moving tale of two powerful women from different worlds who meet at the crossroads of their destinies
‘Barbarian Invasion’: Two Genres Converge In A Zen Balance Of Mind And Body
Barbarian Invasion is the brillaint combination of action, drama, and personal reflection, all guided by an Eastern Philosophical ideology.
‘Force Majeure’: A Wacky Metaphor For Emotionless Relationships
Force Majeure is a classic black comedy from Ruben Östlund featuring an outstanding cast and story about love, relationships, emotions. Oh, and avalanches.
“Parasite” from master filmmaker Bong Joon-ho brings his inimitable microcosmic style to tell the tale of family and economic struggle. With a strong cast and story, the Highly Recommended “Parasite” will have you talking about the film long after the
“Pain and Glory”
“Pain and Glory” is a sharp and witty self-examination of Pedro Almodóvar’s life, told through Antonio Banderas’s award-winning performance. The fabric of the film is expressed through the bright cinematography and colorful music transporting you to Spain and beyond. “Pain