• Luce



    “The truth has many faces.”
    It actually is the right tagline for this film. At first it seems like one of those lame hollywood copies of the european cinema but then it wisely digs deeper by targeting the contradictions of leftist-led modern society and raising fundumental questions around the concepts of morality and judgement. No wonder if It reminds you of the films of Asghar Farhadi like A Seperation or the Salesman.
    Kelvin Harrison Jr. did a great job in portraying a…

  • Marriage Story

    Marriage Story


    A real masterpiece. Noah Baumbach shows us how cinematic storytelling should be done. Marriage Story is an absolute achievement in characterisation, dialogue writing and visuals. The whole cast is outstanding. The original score is incredibly moving. Possibly my favourite film of the year.

  • The Boat That Rocked

    The Boat That Rocked


    There’s a long list of movies which tried to pay tribute to “Rock N Roll” in a way and believe it or not, THIS film deserves to be on top of that list. The Boat that Rocked is not about cool-ass rockstars rambling around in their tight jeans riding on a high horse, doing drugs or flaming up concert stages. No, It’s actually about bunch of simple guys trying to live the moment as much as they can. Rock n…

  • The Irishman

    The Irishman


    The Godfather of our time. This movie works as good as a history book in portraying the various aspects of a specific period of time. The Irishman’s about the rise and fall of a society. A breathtaking political thriller which perfectly reveals the passions and complexities of a middle-class man dealing with the paradox of personal values and social interactions within a post-traumatic capitalistic society.
    Scorsese tells his story by maneuvering on the triangle of government/mafia/citizens and shows the inseperable…