CANNES FILM FESTIVAL: There’s something reassuring about the Dardenne brothers, a dependable level of intelligence and craft. Unlike a number of their social-realist peers, they’ve retained a fundamental passion for the medium; the films, despite...
A haunting, lyrical story of a poisoned civilisation.
SYDNEY FILM FESTIVAL: Set mostly in the spectacular Andes region of Peru, writer-directors Peter Brosen's and Jessica Woodworth’s Altiplano is a powerful, imaginative and moving allegory about the pollution – literally – of an ancient...
She teaches him good manners. He teaches her bad ones.
If you're cynical you can read every relationship as political, about power. Rarely has this been more thoughtfully explored than in Jacques Audiard's latest film Read My Lips.