Film Reviews

3141 film reviews available in total starting from 04/09/2002. Last updated on 18/10/2018. 586 film reviews inserted in the last 12 months.

An Impossible Love by Catherine Corsini

02/10/2018

Passion, manipulation and tragic consequences are at stake in this adaptation of Christine Angot's novel by Catherine Corsini  

Un amour impossible

Un amour impossible

Escapada by Sarah Hirtt

02/10/2018

After her short film En attendant le dégel, Sarah Hirtt continues to explore the relationship between brothers and sisters in her first feature film  

Escapada

Escapada

A Decent Man by Hadrian Marcu

01/10/2018

SAN SEBASTIÁN 2018: Romanian filmmaker Hadrian Marcu makes his feature debut with this intimate yet acerbic portrait offering a reflection on what it means to be a man in today’s world  

Un om la locul lui

Un om la locul lui

Cold November by Ismet Sijarina

01/10/2018

SAN SEBASTIÁN 2018: Kosovar director Ismet Sijarina's first feature is a moving story of a man who sacrifices everything for his family  

Nëntor i Ftohtë

Nëntor i Ftohtë

Between Two Waters by Isaki Lacuesta

28/09/2018

SAN SEBASTIAN 2018: Isaki Lacuesta focuses on two characters from his previous film The Legend of Time, playing superbly with the line between fiction and reality  

Entre dos aguas

Entre dos aguas

Blind Spot by Tuva Novotny

28/09/2018

SAN SEBASTIÁN 2018: Tuva Novotny’s excellent directorial debut looks at mental health and questions cinematic language  

Blindsone

Blindsone

Quién te cantará by Carlos Vermut

28/09/2018

SAN SEBASTIÁN 2018: Carlos Vermut’s long-awaited third film is a sophisticated, twisted tale of duplicity, authenticity, fame, impersonation and karaoke  

Quién te cantará

Quién te cantará

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

High Life by Claire Denis

27/09/2018

SAN SEBASTIÁN 2018: Claire Denis launches us on odyssey to save humanity in a film that surprises, fascinates and beguiles  

High Life

High Life

Vision by Naomi Kawase

27/09/2018

SAN SEBASTIÁN 2018: Naomi Kawase launches her bid for the Golden Shell with an uneven film, offering the odd glimmer to remind us that we’re in the company of one of cinema’s greats  

Vision

Vision