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  • Pratidwandi
  • Mother Joan of the Angels
  • The Cremator
  • Demons

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  • Kikujiro


  • The Night House


Recent reviews

  • Punishment Park

    Punishment Park


    "You want me to tell you what's immoral? War is immoral! Poverty is immoral! Racism is immoral! Police brutality is immoral! Opression is immoral! Genocide is immoral! Imperialism is immoral! This country represents all those things!"

    Shot in cinéma-vérité style, British filmmaker Peter Watkins' this extraordinary pseudo-docudrama "Punishment Park" has established itself as a pioneering political film that is probably the most powerful and courageous work I've seen about protestation.

    Whether it's an indictment against the United States Govt. or…

  • Alexander the Great

    Alexander the Great


    Angelopoulos is probably the finest definition of that filmmaker who amalgamates poetry with political, cultural and historical accounts with such profundities. "Alexander The Great" definitely carries a very convoluted narrative but it's also real sturdy, director's sweeping and hypnotic method of storytelling keeps me hooked anyway. It's a tale of socialism getting destroyed by a despotic ruler; actually it reflects the contemporary status of political dogmatism in Greece.

    Angelopoulos' film presents the accurate observations about the decaying structure of a…

Popular reviews

  • To the Ends of the Earth

    To the Ends of the Earth


    Aside from proving his proficiency beyond those tense, psychological, deep-seated horror thrillers, modern Japanese auteur's 2019 film elicits an insightful study of one's feeling of estrangement and a self-contemplative journey in a far-off country. "To The Ends Of The Earth" is not a horror film, but it conjures an atmosphere through its visuals and themes which convey one's uneasiness and wistful mood- like real horrors in daily life.

    The film follows a cautious, conventional and introvert girl named Yoko (…

  • The Green Knight

    The Green Knight


    Lowery's "The Green Knight" is precisely what one conjectures it is and offers what it pledges. His take on Arthurian legend is riched with spectacular visuals and the truths of life, properly incorporates the exotic and pleasing elements with Lowery's signature storytelling. This film welcomes the viewers to its lurid world which holds the mysteries of life and that's equally enigmatic and majestic.

    Based on the 14-th century poem, "Sir Gawain and The Green Knight", film takes us on an…