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Interview: Basil Da Cunha

25 April 2014 7:22 AM, PDT | Pure Movies | See recent Pure Movies news »

Dr. Garth Twa talks to Basil Da Cunha about After the Night.

Basil Da Cunha’s first feature, After The Night, is a unique hybrid in the bestiary of film.  Set in the creole ghettos of Lisbon, it has the documentary grunge of social realism, like La Terra Trema (1948), Luchino Visconti’s glamorously grimy Italian neo-realist classic; or Life of Jesus (1997), Bruno Dumont’s unflinching excursion in youthful destruction; or last year’s The Selfish Giant (2013) by Clio Barnard with its traditional British surfeit of absence of hope.  It’s like these films, only without the glitz.  But After the Night is also a genre film, a favela noir, with a hapless, hopeless doomed anti-hero, Sombra, always on the hurt end of a beating, with bad debts and bad loans, his sass with woman turning into meek groveling, always in the wrong place. »

- Dr. Garth Twa

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‘Brides’ Review: A Promising Debut From Georgia With a Killer Lead Performance

16 April 2014 5:30 PM, PDT | FilmSchoolRejects.com | See recent FilmSchoolRejects news »

On the outskirts of Tbilisi there is a enormous prison. It hovers over those who come to visit and the first images of Tinatin Kajrishvili‘s Brides are of this approach. Women stand on below, looking up at this aging monolith while they wait to be allowed inside. It is an eternal sight that echoes the women of Aci Trezza watching the sea for the return of their sons and husbands in the Neorealist classic La Terra Trema, though here cinematographer Goga Devadiani uses a more intimate framing. Grandeur can be found in the building itself, an imposition of state power. Its walls are so oppressive and its hallways so drab that a viewer unfamiliar with the nation of Georgia might mistake much of this film to be a Soviet-era period piece rather than a contemporary narrative. But back to those women. One of them is Nutsa (Mari Kitia), a young mother whose long-time partner is being »

- Daniel Walber

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