Juliette Binoche

More of the same from The King of the Monsters.
The stylish opening credit sequence sets the scene: sepia sketches of mythic Japanese monsters give way to grainy 8mm film of nuclear explosions, along with old newspaper clippings and heavily redacted military documents, with the slightest tease...
DUBAI INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL: Veteran Australian director Fred Schepisi follows up his deliciously caustic – and criminally under-valued – 2011 romp The Eye of the Storm with this likeable but lacking romantic comedy-drama. likeable but lacking
An inside portrait of a supreme artist.
SYDNEY FILM FESTIVAL: The films of Michael Haneke are forbidding to the touch. Severe, often austere, precise, cool and yet voluptuous in the manner of ideas and uncomfortable emotions, they hammer away at the psyche the way our most fearsome...