Tag: france

La Haine: 25th Anniversary Limited Edition Blu-ray Review

Hardly dated at all, La Haine gets a twenty-fifth anniversary Blu-ray edition from the BFI.

Cri Life: A monthly column about the Criterion Collection's UK releases

Silent classic Safety Last!, Claire Denis's sensual Beau Travail, and the problematic 1936 version of Show Boat are all reviewed in this month's column.

Little Girl Review

Little Girl will leave you wishing the world could be as simple as a child's wish to be who they are.

Alice Review

Winner of the best narrative feature at SXSW this year

In Her Hands Review

Ludovic Bernard's French drama is charmless, predictable, and profoundly unconvincing.

Cri Life: A monthly column about the Criterion Collection's UK releases

This month's Criterion Collection column reviews The Apu Trilogy, Destry Rides Again, and Lola Montès

The Truth Review

The Truth hurts in Hirokazu Koreeda's powerful but ponderous drama.

Portrait of a Lady on Fire Review

Céline Sciamma's latest film, Portrait of a Lady on Fire, slowly builds from a straightforward forbidden romance to a heart-stopping crescendo that stays with you long after the credits have stopped rolling.

Deerskin trailer: The Artist's Jean Dujardin falls in love with a jacket and loses his mind

Portrait of a Lady on Fire's Adèle Haenel also stars in the new film from the director of Rubber

I Lost My Body Review

Fate, loss and a wandering severed hand

LFF 2019: Zombi Child Review

The voodoo spell of colonialism