Issa López tells a tale of survival unlike most others of the sort.
✯✯✯✯½ In getting a perfect grasp at what it feels like to live within the lifestyle of Juliette Binoche’s Isabelle in Let the Sunshine In, Claire Denis keeps the camera lingering at long gaps between conversations. In talking about what these moments evoke thematically, what you also are experiencing is something so clearly fragmented by [...]
Agnès Varda's most recent documentary is a touching testament to the beauty of the ordinary.
An honest tale about finding one's own identity while being constrained to tradition.
Paul Schrader's newest outing is a hit. His biggest in a while.
A film that seems to dwell on the lack of love too much, its viewer may end up feeling that.
A traumatized work, with glimpses of beauty. (✯✯✯✯½)
He was a bad lawyer. He didn't make a good movie. (✯✯½)
Daniela Vega is a marvel. (✯✯✯✯)
Something about what I believe to be the true Best Picture of 2017.