Directed by James Cullen Bressack Pernicious, the devilish new horror film from James Cullen Bressack, is a picture that looks to have been built from the visuals up, making it first and foremost a rush […]
Delphine Riffaud reviews the poignant German drama, “Oh Boy”.
By Daria Landal Dir: Amma Asante A coming of age story set in late 18th-century, Belle explores events leading to the verdict on Zong massacre case through the eyes of a young lady of nobility with […]
Dir: Etienne Faure By Daniel Gí¶tz Chaos is a film written and directed by the French filmmaker Etienne Faure and was released in 2013. The synopsis of Chaos sounded mundane to me at first but I […]
Dir: Todd Haynes By David Pountain Anyone familiar with Todd Haynes’ wonderful 2007 Bob Dylan tribute I’m Not There will know that the man has no interest in making straightforward biopics. But even in the context […]
By Alice Pickard Dir: Jose Padilha Original title: “Elite da Tropa” This film, the first in a series, follows the work of the Batalhí£o de Operacíµes Policiais Esperciais (BOPE), the Special Operations Force in Rio […]