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“The Metamorphosis of Birds” is like a time capsule sent into space, like a condensed record of human experiences. It is like a “saudade”…
Rosi builds his documentary with a great visual reverence, devoting most of his time to search for beauty in real-life drama. But it was precisely this contrast…
In Lois Patiño’s Red Moon Tide lies a threat – a terrifying force that stops time, which slowly consumes the meaning of life and compels it to stay in an endless stillness.
New Order is a frighteningly up-to-date film, after all, the thriller dynamics fits perfectly into the everyday life of all those who live in conflict with the state and harmful social systems that do not affect only the privileged.
The film was shot by Alzakout herself, when she fled Syria with other refugees in 2015, and the boat they were sailing sank near the coast of Greece.
18 kilohertz is a sound frequency that is said to be inaudible to adults. Adults who speak a completely different language in Sharipov’s film, incomprehensible to young people.
The director moved back in her creative development to her teenage years, as if she was no longer able to use the mature, self-developed language of the film.
Although it might seem that the gangster comedy convention, additionally strengthened by western (or rather eastern) genre, is a perfect excuse to face the toxic image of Polishness…
Regardless of the answer, “I’m Thinking of Ending Things” can no doubt be called Kaufman’s solipsistic fantasy. Although we do not know who is looking, we know that this is a lonely, introverted person (…)
“Beautiful Things” by Giorgio Ferrero and Federico Biasina cannot be watched like a regular movie. One participates in it – as in a ritual, devout contemplation, or trance with art.