The Banshees of Inisherin is hilarious, but the comedy belies a fundamentally pessimistic film, full of dark observations on the human condition
Simchas and Sorrows is an easy breezy watch that manages to bring up some thought-provoking questions on faith and identity
Javier Bardem manages to pull off the perfect balance between charming and repulsive in this well-written satire
Clara Sola review: a rich and enthralling depiction of religion at odds with desire, set in remote Costa Rica
CLARA SOLA, the feature debut of writer/director Nathalie Álvarez Mesén’s, is surprising and complex look at faith, sexuality, and disability
POSER looks at fandom and obsession while immersing its viewer in a unique musical world
The new film HAPPENING looks at reproductive rights by transporting us to the past, to 1960s France
THE INNOCENTS is a well-made piece of cinema tainted by a careless portrayal of autism
Italian-American filmmakers Alessio Rigo de Righi and Matteo Zoppis explore the nature of storytelling in their latest work THE TALE OF KING CRAB, following the centuries-old tale of Luciano from lovelorn drunk to treasure seeker.
Director Robert Eggers successfully scales up his historical approach to filmmaking, giving us a larger cast and a grander story than he has before.
Apollo 10½ is an odd marriage of nostalgia and childhood fantasy, wrapped in a pleasant little time-capsule
Apollo 10½ is nostalgic and sweet, and an important addition to Richard Linklater’s body of work
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