Favorite films

  • The Middleman
  • Mother Joan of the Angels
  • The Cremator
  • Demons

Recent activity

  • Ahed's Knee


  • Eternals


  • The Tragedy of Macbeth


  • Interrogation


Recent reviews

  • The Tragedy of Macbeth

    The Tragedy of Macbeth


    Sublime and aggravating at the same time, Joel's modernized and subtle adaptation of literary classic about human greed, power, madness and morality champions its own absurdities, shapes this fascinating tale with some audacious choices and makes significant developments in narrative requisites. Actually "The Tragedy Of Macbeth" strips both the story and visuals down to its bare elements conveying the starkness in its environs, and minimalism in cinematic approach, but ultimately furnishes a visually distinctive, modest version of this Scottish play…

  • Pleasure



    Clearly an exceptional exercise in filmmaking- impressive, unblinking and raw, Ninja Thyberg's disquietingly un-erotic debut elucidates her intent from the first moment, doesn't shy away from exploring the rough, unpleasant aspects and sketches an important context highlighting the dreary truths through its narrative. "Pleasure" is sexually explicit for sure, but director's conscientious and honest sense provide a comprehensive and unsparing look at a industry majorly labelled by society, but quietly welcomed by many ones.

    Buoyed by Kappel's daring and highly…

Popular reviews

  • C'mon C'mon

    C'mon C'mon


    Intimate, perceptive, a fable interwoven with documentary qualities as Mills said, his latest feature "C'mon C'mon" is a tool of enticement that delves into those veiled feelings and images of our environs, and esteems the subtlety that we just find sometimes in listening to others. Empathetic and effectively stirring, this film is quite interested in delineating the perspective of children, the intricacies they feel in life, and their contemplation of the world, while comprehending the line between amiability and the…

  • The Lost Daughter

    The Lost Daughter


    FN- 743/2K21

    Nuanced, unapologetic, sensual and deeply efficacious, Gyllenhaal's impressive directorial debut "The Lost Daughter" is an introspective, haunting study about mothership, one's choices, the dynamics of relations and principally about the inner workings of women. Thematically profound and far-reaching, it seems like whether the storytelling or direction, film oozes director's boldness and conviction through its occurences, while establishing a striking bond between her characters and this thoughtful story.

    Atmospheric, and filled with inventive stylizations and ideas, the fascinating way…