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Liina Laugesaar


13 articles available in total starting from 22/11/2016. Last article published on 02/12/2019.

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Review: Other Side of Silence

Review: Other Side of Silence

Lithuanian director Algimantas Puipa’s new film is a slow-paced, emotionally charged story about two brothers at loggerheads  

02/12 | Black Nights 2019 | Baltic Film Competition

Review: Looted

Review: Looted

Rene Pannevis takes a look at the life of carjackers in an English coastal town in his debut feature about crime and morality  

27/11 | Black Nights 2019 | First Feature Competition

Review: I Am (Not) a Monster

Review: I Am (Not) a Monster

Nelly Ben Hayoun-Stépanian concocts a documentary about the origins of knowledge that is as whimsical as it is thought-provoking  

14/10 | London 2019

Review: Our Ladies

Review: Our Ladies

Michael Caton-Jones brings a charming and bittersweet coming-of-age story, adapted from Alan Warner's best-selling novel The Sopranos, to London  

07/10 | London 2019

Review: Samurai Marathon

Review: Samurai Marathon

Bernard Rose’s eye-pleasing samurai flick is enjoyable entertainment despite its flaws  

26/06 | Edinburgh 2019

Review: My Father the Spy

Review: My Father the Spy

This compelling documentary by Gints Grube and Jaak Kilmi takes a look at the secret life of a Cold War double agent as his daughter sets out on a journey into the past  

11/06 | Sheffield Doc Fest 2019

Review: Benjamin

Review: Benjamin

The new outing by comedian Simon Amstell is a semi-autobiographical, satirical comedy, currently on general release in the UK, courtesy of Verve Pictures  

22/03 | Films | Reviews

Indie documentary The Ponds becomes an unexpected hit

Indie documentary The Ponds becomes an unexpected hit

Patrick McLennan and Samuel Smith's film has reached far beyond its target audience and is spreading across the UK, with an international premiere set for 22 March in Brussels  

07/03 | Box office | UK

GoCritic! Review: The Gentle Indifference of the World

GoCritic! Review: The Gentle Indifference of the World

Our coverage of 30th Trieste Film Festival continues with this review of Kazakhstani film which world-premiered in Cannes' Un Certain Regard  

06/02 | GoCritic! | Trieste 2019

GoCritic! Review: The Queen of Casetta

GoCritic! Review: The Queen of Casetta

Francesco Fei's latest documentary follows the only young girl living alongside ten ageing inhabitants in a remote village of the Apennines  

29/01 | GoCritic! | Trieste 2019

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