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Syndromes And A Century (Sang Sattawat)


(out of 5)

Apichatpong Weerasethakul was inspired by his own family’s medical background to set a film within the confines of a hospital, abandoning the exotic folklore of forays into the jungle and creating images that are instead made up of mundane realities.   117 more words


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Zama (de Lucrecia Martel) [Los Andes] [IndieWire] [ 58 more words


The invisible princes

When I watched Lav Diaz’s Death in the Land of Encantos again, I had a nice encounter with a prince, the prince of the black dwarfs to be exact. 427 more words


Modern Avant-Garde Cinema

When people think of the term “avant-garde” they tend to think of the likes of Jean Cocteau and Luis Bunuel. And while these names are the trailblazers and iconoclasts of the movement, there are many contemporary filmmakers who are directing innovative and groundbreaking experimental cinema.  561 more words


Tropical Malady (Sud Pralad)


(out of 5)

Despite a disjointed plot that sees certain events happen without much explanation, this film has a sensual tone about it that absorbs you as a viewer and won’t let you give up on it too easily. 113 more words