Film Reviews

984 film reviews available in total starting from 01/03/2005. Last updated on 22/06/2018. 213 film reviews inserted in the last 12 months.

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Katalin Varga by Peter Strickland

24/09/2009

Descent into a spiral of revenge in this debut feature launched in competition at Berlin and shot in Eastern Europe by a remarkable UK director  

Katalin Varga

Katalin Varga

Katyń by Andrzej Wajda

11/02/2008

The master of Polish cinema revisits a historical event in this film nominated for the 2008 Best Foreign Language Film Oscar, which screened out of competition at the Berlinale  

Katyń

Katyń

Kawasaki's Rose by Jan Hrebejk

13/02/2010

Kawasakiho ruze

Kawasakiho ruze

Kebab & Horoscope by Grzegorz Jaroszuk

11/07/2014

Grzegorz Jaroszuk's debut feature certainly lightened the atmosphere and raised some smiles in the East of the West competition  

Kebab & Horoscope

Kebab & Horoscope

Keep Quiet by Sam Blair, Joseph Martin

25/10/2016

This British documentary is about one of the founders of Jobbik, who makes a U-turn after discovering his grandmother is an Auschwitz survivor  

Keep Quiet

Keep Quiet

Keep Smiling by Rusudan Chkonia

07/09/2012

Georgia’s Rusudan Chkonia’s debut film, coproduced between France and Luxemburg, tells the story of a beauty pageant for young mothers with a flat and a lot of money as first prize  

Gaigimet

Gaigimet

Keeper by Guillaume Senez

07/08/2015

LOCARNO 2015: Guillaume Senez’s film, which had its global premiere in the Filmmakers of the present section of this year’s Locarno Film Festival, is stunning and moving  

Keeper

Keeper

The Keeper of Lost Causes by Mikkel Nørgaard

02/10/2013

An investigation into the criminal abyss of almost closed cases. An adaptation of the best-seller by Jussi Adler-Olsen.  

Kvinden i buret

Kvinden i buret

Key House Mirror by Michael Noer

30/01/2015

Michael Noer’s new movie is a multi-layered work that explores love and some deep issues surrounding old age  

Nøgle hus spejl

Nøgle hus spejl

Khadak by Jessica Woodworth, Peter Brosens

13/02/2007

Khadak, screened at Venice (Lion of the Future Award), Toronto and Sundance, has won over audiences with its poetic portrayal - a blend of dreams and memories - of the sad reality of Mongolia  

Khadak

Khadak