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Slow and steady wins this race
MELBOURNE INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL: Mid-film monologuers and prolific popcorn munchers need not apply. As minimalistic as its title, Corn Island is a film that requires attention and permits few distractions from the activity on the screen....
A Ukranian eccentric presents an alarmingly plausible theory about the Chernobyl disaster.
A well-deserved Sundance grand jury prizewinner in the World Cinema documentary category, The Russian Woodpecker is a complex film about Chernobyl that is also surprisingly, richly enjoyable. Chad Gracia's first feature juggles Ukrainian/Russian...
Love cuts deep in chic biopic.
This stylish and intimate biopic is ravishingly beautiful. The actors, the clothes, the music and the cinematography conspire to convince us that Yves Saint Laurent was right: beauty is everything, and the world exists merely to inspire it. But...
SYDNEY FILM FESTIVAL: You may recall the sex tourism film Heading South depicting a pre-AIDS paradise where middle-class women could freely indulge themselves with the fine-figured men of Haiti. The co-writer of that controversial film, Robin...
Portrait of political paralysis reels you in.
CANNES FILM FESTIVAL: 17th Century English political philosophy meets 21st Century Russian fury in Andrey Zvyagintsev’s bone-rattling epic, Leviathan. The skilled storyteller applies Hobbes’ landmark three-part essay on the function of government...
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