Kosta Jovanović

Kosta Jovanović

Favorite films

  • A Brighter Summer Day
  • Taxi Driver
  • Pulp Fiction
  • The Red Shoes

Recent activity

  • The Ocean Waif


  • There Is No Evil

  • Il Posto

  • One Way or Another


Recent reviews

  • I Am Cuba

    I Am Cuba


    Revolution as an unmatched style. It was a collaboration of Soviet and Cuban cinematic minds, gathered to create a celebrating testament of Cuba's outing from imperialist dogmas, but also at the same time parading as a middle finger directed towards the USA specifically, and the concept of the west, thematically in the wake of the recently resolved Missile crisis and Bay of Pigs failed invasion. Who knows, if it hadn't been forgotten to time for thirty odd years, it might…

  • Landscape in the Mist

    Landscape in the Mist


    This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.

    Early in the second third of the film while the snow starts falling, a squadron of policemen starts leaving the building, one by one, excited and in awe, to watch it suddenly descend from the sky. If by that point one assumed the narrative unfolded in a reality that mirrors our own, they wouldn't be off the mark. Elements of a typical road trip film informed the initial run. With the white blanket appearing, reality starts to stretch, a magical…

Popular reviews

  • Son of Saul

    Son of Saul


    Just when we thought that we’d seen it all from Holocaust movies, a theme done to death in this day and age, this feature popped up and showed us this unfavorable theme in a fresh and innovative way.
    At Auschwitz in 1944, the viewer is put in a situation to literally follow one of the members of a Sonderkommando, a group of selected imprisoned Jews who had the duty of removing the corpses from gas chambers, while he tries to…

  • The Piano Teacher

    The Piano Teacher


    Leave it to Michael Haneke to shutter you with confusion and uncertainty.
    This is a story of repression, sexual and interpersonal, about exercising fetishes, about sickening obsession and damaged love. Isabelle Huppert is born to do this kind of roles and as expected, she delivers, giving her maximum almost effortlessly. Some scenes won’t leave your head for days, but at the end of the day you will feel enriched for an unforgettable film experience.
    Mrs. Stone-face and the master of…