Very nicely shot and wild and weird as all get-go, this taboo-breaking exploration of carnal desire may leave the most resolute libertine feeling a bit tatty.
Cheese is Technicolored into spectacle and charm, with a melancholy tinge, in one of the most successful Hollywood musicals of the 1940s.
Basic Instinct meets A Monster Calls in this overly complicated fantasy mystery for the Ritalin Generation. It is utter twaddle, packed full of dimestore psychology posing as cutting-edge science – plus it is really obvious who the baddy is.
A chilling fable about the rise of fascism or a nicely designed and acted set of cinematic references laying on top of a cliché? I go with the latter.
The little Wiener dog (known to us in the UK as a dachshund) is the real star of this movie.
Babek Anvari’s debut feature is a masterful example of a lean, tight piece of filmmaking. There is a cast of only 14 of which primary screen time is set aside for mother and little girl Shideh (Avin Manshadi) and Dorsa (Narges Rashadi).