Favorite films

  • Avatar: The Way of Water
  • Puss in Boots: The Last Wish
  • White Noise
  • R.M.N.

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  • All the Beauty and the Bloodshed

  • Jeanne Dielman, 23, quai du Commerce, 1080 Bruxelles


  • Shotgun Wedding


  • Pathaan


Pinned reviews

  • Spencer



    “You can be a hot mess express and still leave the world better than you found it.” – You’re Wrong About (Princess Diana)

    Spencer is personal and overwhelming, a feverish fantasy that imprisons Diana, forcing her to escape. Her story is transformed into a mythical confrontation between past, present and a desolating future that allows her to move forward stronger and surer of herself.

    On Christmas Eve 1991, Diana is the last to arrive at Sandringham. William and Harry are…

  • The Bridges of Madison County

    The Bridges of Madison County


    The Bridges of Madison County is domestic and gentle, almost too intimate to be portrayed on camera and to be seen by so many.

    An Iowa housewife, home alone while her family travels to the Illinois State Fair, experiences four days of adventurous bliss after she meets a photographer in town to take (no, make) pictures of the famed covered bridges of Madison County for National Geographic; it’s the sketch of an escapist fantasy, but that’s not what Eastwood focuses…

Recent reviews

  • Avatar: The Way of Water

    Avatar: The Way of Water


    From the moment we see that first shot of Pandora and hear Jake Sully’s voice for the first time again, the world outside disappears and it’s just us and the Na’vi under Pandora’s purple sky. If Avatar was a story of discovery, The Way of Water is a story of rediscovery that gives us the time to delight in the beauty and wonder of Pandora, and to appreciate its seas, creatures, peoples and customs. Every threat to Pandora’s peaceful existence…

  • Official Competition

    Official Competition


    Underneath Official Competition’s cynical and satirical shell of artists with giant egos and stunts that compete in excess, there’s a heart that beats with a deep love for creation, for the process, for movies.

    Three artists with different methods come together for the adaptation of a prestigious novel about rivalry: Lola Cuevas, a very strange and very particular director; Iván Torres, a “master” of his craft; and Félix Rivero, a star with a persona larger than life and little else…

Popular reviews

  • The Worst Person in the World

    The Worst Person in the World


    Youth is a paradox. You’re free, but you aren’t. You can have it all, but you can’t. You’re the worst, but you’re also the center of so many people’s universes who must think about you enough to hate you. It’s a time of moving and being stuck. Of revelations and sameness. Of energy and exhaustion. And growth happens between it all. Julie doesn’t know what she wants, but she knows she wants something. Her dream of something takes her from…

  • Melancholia



    Depression and anxiety are sisters. One is numbness, the other is restlessness. What unites them are their unexplainable causes and a lack of control over the situation; it’s looking for the cause and trying to control it, and then sinking further and further until you have no more place to sink.

    Melancholia is an exploration of depression and anxiety through the lens of a dysfunctional family dealing with impending doom. Split in two parts, it follows two sisters: Justine, who…