Filmmaker and Artist
Japan’s legendary Ginei film studio has gone bankrupt. As a farewell, its last television producer and fellow cameraman set out to find the studio’s most famous but reclusive star, Chiyoko Fujiwara. For thirty years she starred in Ginei’s greatest hits, but since retiring, she has shunned all interviews and public appearances.
Now, at her remote mountainside home, the three have gathered for tea, and Chiyoko is finally ready to tell her story.
Director Satoshi Kon, one of the greatest directors…
You’re invited to Christmas Eve at Nikolai’s estate, somewhere in the snowy Transylvanian countryside. You’ll be joined by some of his bourgeois friends, a general’s wife, a young Christian woman, a Franco-Russian aristocrat and a noble French woman. It will be a day of food, drinks and conversation thanks to Nikolai’s hospitality and his army of household servants. The year is 1900.
The latest film from Romanian New Wave director Cristi Puiu asks much from its audience. It’s three hours…
Andrey Zvyagitsev’s horrific drama uses the pretence of a missing child to send a chilling message about the current stat of Russia and the world.
Zhenya and Boris are going through a nasty divorce. Though they still live together, both have other partners and another future they can’t wait to plunge into head first. They also have a son, Alyosha, and deep down both wish they didn’t. For them, Alyosha represents every past decision they regret, and makes them doubt…
I hate this movie.
There is only one good thing about this film and it’s Scarlett Johansson’s performance. She’s a delight and comes through this film unscathed.
Everything else about this film is a dumpster fire.
Young JoJo grows up in Nazi Germany. He’s sent to a Nazi camp designed to turn young innocent minds into anti-Semitic murderers when an accident with a bomb brings him home to be cared for by his mom. He then discovers she is secretly…