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Film Review & Trailer: After Love

Frances Winston felt the claustrophobia of this break-up movie, filmed completely in an apartment

Directed by: Joachim Lafosse – Starring: Bérénice Bejo, Cédric Kahn

The title of this French flick pretty much sums up the plot. 363 more words

Culture & Arts

The Trailer For 'AFTER LOVE' Starring Berenice Bejo

Check out the trailer that divorce drama AFTER LOVE from Joachim Lafosse, staring Bérénice Bejo, which can be seen down below!

Marie (Bejo) and Boris (Cédric Kahn) who, after 15 years of marriage and two children, decide to get a divorce. 116 more words


"Childhood of a Leader": Portrait of the fascist as a young man

“The Childhood of a Leader” has its Madison premiere at 7 tonight for FREE at the UW-Cinematheque, 4070 Vilas Hall. Not rated, 1:56, three and a half stars out of four. 583 more words

Movie Review


Những gì gọi là “vĩnh cửu” thường đem đến giá trị phổ quát. Eternity của Trần Anh Hùng có lẽ đã đi đúng với tính chất của sự vĩnh cửu khi anh lược bỏ đi những chi tiết, anh chỉ cho người xem thấy những mảng màu chính trong một bức tranh lớn. 7,550 more words


The Childhood of a Leader (2015)


Or: We Need to Talk About Fascism. Brady Corbet’s debut feature film is a finely-constructed work, rooted deeply in the annals of intellectually challenging European arthouse cinema, though it is hampered by not attaining quite the same level of intellectual clarity as its best peers. 779 more words

Film Reviews

Film Review: 'Eternity' (Éternité)

“He not busy being born is busy dying.” Bob Dylan’s oft-quoted 1965 lyric could well serve as a plot summary for Vietnamese director Tran Anh Hung’s first French-language feature, “Éternité,” which trains a painterly eye (and a fetish for immaculate production design) on three generations of an enormous aristocratic family that stays busy doing little else. 710 more words


REVIEW: The Childhood of a Leader (Dir. Brady Corbet, 2016)

To say that Brady Corbet’s directorial debut, The Childhood of a Leader, resembles We Need To Talk About Kevin set 100 years earlier, wouldn’t be a comparative stretch too far. 407 more words