Film Review – The Truth (La vérité , 2019)

Japanese Filmmaker Hirokazu Kore-eda is what you would call an expert at painting the portrait of  family life, intimate even social commentary much like the way Bong Joon-Ho does it. For Kore-eda’s latest film it’s another first for him, his first Non-Japanese language film, The Truth (La vérité). The family dynamics are explored through a… Read More Film Review – The Truth (La vérité , 2019)

Film Review – Moonrise Kingdom (2012, Criterion Collection)

“What kind of bird are you?!”, Wes Anderson‘s Moonrise Kingdom is the latest film from the director to join the Criterion Collection. The perfect platform to showcase his talents, with a charming sweet tale of lost love. Young love and unbridled friendship. The film is the follow up to Anderson’s 2009 stop animation Fantastic Mr.Fox.… Read More Film Review – Moonrise Kingdom (2012, Criterion Collection)

Film Review – Berlin Syndrome (2017)

For anyone travelling around the world can be a wonderful experience. One of self discovery especially when your young. In Cate Shortland‘s Berlin Syndrome, Theresa Palmer‘s journey becomes one of bone chilling resilience and terror. Australian filmmaker is no stranger to putting her female lead characters through psychological torment. Somersault(2004), a young woman learns about… Read More Film Review – Berlin Syndrome (2017)

Film Review – Border (Gräns , 2018)

Who are we? Where Do I belong? Questions peoples ask universally every day. From gender, sexuality to ancestry. In Ali Abassi‘s Border (Gräns), a womans indentity is ingrained in Swedish Folklore. Probably the strangest uniquely surreal original film you’ll see in 2019! Abassi’s film shares a lot with Ari Aster‘s Midsommar, in what genres can… Read More Film Review – Border (Gräns , 2018)