Read reviews for each of the 2014 Golden Globe Awards foreign language film contenders.
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SBS Film

13 Dec 2013 - 4:06 PM  UPDATED 13 Dec 2013 - 4:06 PM

BLUE IS THE WARMEST COLOUR

The Cannes Film Festival jury awarded the prestigious Palme d'or to this story of all-encompassing love. Director Abdellatif Kechice shared the honour with his two lead actresses, so integral are their raw performances to the film's authenticity.

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THE HUNT

Mads Mikkelsen plays a school teacher tried by the court of pubilc opinion in this story of a paedophile scare in a Danish school.

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THE WIND RISES

Rumours abound that this is japanese animation master's Hayao Miyazaki's final film. The simple story of a young boy's dream of flight is rather more complex when you place it within the context of Japanese fighter weapons manufacture

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THE GREAT BEAUTY

Writer/director Paolo Sorrentino reunitites with his muse, Tony Servillo, for this lavish biography of an ageing author, who has spent the decades since his one book was published living la dolce vita.

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THE PAST

Asghar Farhadi won the Oscar for his depiction of an Iranian marriage breakdown. He sticks with what he knows twoth this follow-up films, which finalises the matters of a divorce.

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