Katy, a teenager, is force interned in a psychiatric facility after her mother died. She is a room with Nabila and Carole, two other teens with different problems than Katy. Since the ... See full summary »
A documentary celebrating the work of Walerian Borowczyk, a director of unparalleled sensitivity, revered in the 1970s, who was later labeled as a maker of erotic movies. Love Express ... See full summary »
Depicts unique perspectives on antisemitism from young and old alike, from Jew and non-Jew, from within historic Jewish neighborhoods in Europe, to the streets of Charlottesville and ... See full summary »
Melody Maker Magazine's Chief Contributing Photographer(1965-1975), Barrie Wentzell tells the story of the rise and fall of the magazine, which marked the end to a style of rock n' roll journalism that no longer exit's today.
Leslie Ann Coles
Steve 'Abbo' Abbot,
In the aftermath of the February shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School that left 17 dead, filmmakers Emily Taguchi and Jake Lefferman traveled to Parkland and began filming with ... See full summary »
Two girls begin to chat about another girl, a former lover of both. As they grow closer, the gap between them widens, as one them is looking for answers and love while safely closeted. A ... See full summary »
Two Danish-Korean adoptees return for the first time to the country they were once born in. Confronted with the spirit of their Motherland and the personal stories of the fellow adoptees ... See full summary »
Two mischievous adolescent boys embark on a journey of imaginative misadventure and coming-of-age self-discovery, in Olmo Omerzu's road-trip comedy celebrating the need to indulge the ... See full summary »
Jan Frantisek Uher,
A person enters the frame dressed up as a bird. In a dressing room, John Malkovich sheds the costume of Casanova. A young woman's skirt is just as orange as the beak of a zebra finch ... See full summary »
Two souls meeting on what feels like a dry and uninviting desert. Staying with the film. Slowly following the arc of their learning. Slowly sensing how much of that learning is beyond their (and my) awareness. By the end, both are granted a moment of great depth.
As with The Souvenir (2019, Joanna Hogg), the film has a privacy and rhythm that doesn't make things easy for the viewer but that ultimately feels vastly more life-like than films that are constructed to appear life-like.
0 of 0 people found this review helpful.
Was this review helpful to you?
| Report this