Visual artist and Turner Prize laureate Steve McQueen’s second venture into commercial cinema, after his very highly regarded film Hunger (2008), is nothing short of riveting. Shame depicts a week or so in the life of sex-addict... Read More
Controversial director Lars Von Trier’s new film Melancholia is surprisingly poetic, enigmatic and subtle. Very slow-moving and testing at times, the film is divided into two equally long, polished and gorgeously shot parts. The... Read More
The Skin I Live In (La piel que habito) is undoubtedly Pedro Almodóvar’s most dramatic and disturbing film to date. Based on Thierry Jonquet’s novel Mygale and fitting well within the tradition of Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein,... Read More
Miranda July’s latest film The Future poses the complicated problem of “growing up.” Sophie, played by July herself, a dance instructor who dreams of doing something really special and posting it on YouTube and Jason, played by... Read More
Woody Allen’s Midnight in Paris, which opened yesterday at the Hyland Cinema, is a funny and quirky romantic comedy that manages to address a few difficult yet typical life issues without taking itself too seriously. Before I... Read More
I went into the screening of Terrence Malick’s The Tree of Life, the winner of this year’s Palme d’or at the Cannes film festival, having only read or heard a few things about the film: first of all, that it was widely acclaimed... Read More
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