Gaspar Noé’s 50-minute trip should only be seen in a cinema.
Tag: International Cinema
A mind-bending slice of punk cinema.
Wregas Bhanuteja’s Indonesian drama-thriller is a disturbing and poignant social commentary deftly handled with subtlety and style.
Denmark’s Oscar entry is a haunting look at a refugee’s experience.
Celine Sciamma offers up another intimate portrait of female relationships.
Bloody, fleshy, and graphically violent – and also rather wholesome.
A dissection of Western Capitalism with the same piercing satire that defined Parasite and Sorry To Bother You.
A spectacular documentary that holds no punches.
A Polish documentary about how the keepers of the Warsaw Zoo saved the lives of 300 Jews in WW2.
Mads Mikkelsen gets the John Wick-but-funny treatment in this Danish action thriller.