Film Reviews

3255 film reviews available in total starting from 04/09/2002. Last updated on 11/12/2018. 628 film reviews inserted in the last 12 months.

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The Neon Demon by Nicolas Winding Refn

20/05/2016

CANNES 2016: Nicolas Winding Refn forges ahead with his visual odyssey, taking a scathingly satirical look at the world of America’s top models  

The Neon Demon

The Neon Demon

Neon Heart by Laurits Flensted-Jensen

28/09/2018

SAN SEBASTIÁN 2018: Writer-director Laurits Flensted-Jensen explores the norms and boundaries of modern society through the story of three unhappy protagonists  

Neon Heart

Neon Heart

Neruda by Pablo Larraín

15/05/2016

CANNES 2016: Chile's Pablo Larraín escapes into the exuberant world of “communist” author Pablo Neruda, reinventing him by creating his "half-moronic, half-stupid" nemesis  

Neruda

Neruda

The Nest of the Turtledove by Taras Tkachenko

25/07/2016

Ukrainian director Taras Tkachenko uses his first film, which won the Award for Best Ukrainian Feature at Odessa, to tackle the subject of economic migration through a story about returning home  

Gnizdo gorlytsi

Gnizdo gorlytsi

The Nest by Klaudia Reynicke

12/08/2016

LOCARNO 2016: Klaudia Reynicke brings us a very personal film imbued with a wild mysticism that’s almost savage. A fictional first film which is surprising and intriguing  

Il nido

Il nido

Never Ever by Benoît Jacquot

10/09/2016

VENICE 2016: French director Benoît Jacquot returns to Venice with his latest full-length feature, adapted for the big screen from a novella by Don DeLillo by its own star, Julia Roy  

A jamais

A jamais

Never Leave Me by Aida Begic

19/11/2018

In her fourth mosaic-like feature film, Aida Begić follows the lives of young Syrian refugees, all orphans, as they wander the streets of a Turkish city  

Birakma Beni

Birakma Beni

Never Look Away by Florian Henckel von Donnersmarck

04/09/2018

VENICE 2018: Florian Henckel Von Donnersmarck returns with a film inspired by the life of the German artist Gerhard Richter, aimed at an audience born after the fall of the Berlin Wall  

Werk ohne Autor

Werk ohne Autor

The New End by Leonel Dietsche

12/07/2018

The plot of Leonel Dietsche’s dystopian debut feature is based on an interesting core idea but ultimately goes nowhere  

Ende Neu

Ende Neu

The New Girlfriend by François Ozon

10/09/2014

Based on a story by Ruth Rendell, French director François Ozon’s latest film stars Anaïs Demoustier and Romain Duris  

Une nouvelle amie

Une nouvelle amie