This Israeli film raises the same question as the recent Hugh Jackman vehicle Prisoners – does being the victim give you the right to turn vigilante?
In between training, shagging his live-in girlfriend and comforting his mildly disturbed hippy-dippy mother, Kuba (Banasiuk) has few interests in life.
It’s not all moody noir coming out of Denmark: this exceptional and extreme sex- and-childcare comedy needs to be seen to be believed.
French director François Ozon is a creature of habit. Comfortable with themes of transgression, middle class structures and family dynamics
The first two parts of Daniel Auteuil’s Marseille trilogy of Marcel Pagnol’s classic plays, Marius, Fanny and Cesar, are a simple, lyrical joy.
“You have to be a perfectionist knowing that you will never achieve perfection.” Fernando Trueba’s The Artist and the …Read More
27 years after its initial release, Beineix’ iconic Betty Blue is released in dizzyingly high-definition courtesy of Second Sight Films
Love, grief, passion, friendship – these are things we all experience in our lives. They play out over intensely concentrated days, emotionally fatiguing weeks