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Recent reviews

  • The Crime Is Mine

    The Crime Is Mine


    Following with the French Film Tour, we have the latest film of François Ozon (despite Peter Von Kant hasn't been released in Mexican theaters yet).

    Alongside Frantz, this is another period film, but in this case, it's a mixture of crime and comedy with some glimpses of Demy.

    Starring Nadia Tereszkiewicz, one of the newest voices of French cinema, alongside Isabelle Huppert, on her second collaboration with Ozon, if I'm not wrong.

    This film was funny, and a little bit…

  • Revoir Paris

    Revoir Paris


    One of the most powerful film festivals in Mexico focused in some kind/genre of cinema is the Tour de Cine Francés (French Film Tour), that is more focused in French commercial films, specially in comedy and romance films.

    However, this film doesn't fit in any of these genres.

    Despite the title seems to be a romantic or a coming of age film, this is a sensitive work, that talks about the terrorist attacks in Paris in November 2015. However, this…

Popular reviews

  • Hanalei Bay

    Hanalei Bay


    What We Talk About When We Talk About Murakami Adaptations

    Many people know about Burning, Norwegian Wood and the upcoming Drive My Car, but there's uncut gems in this topic (including a short film directed by Carlos Cuarón of The Second Bakery Attack, which I'm interested in watching it), and this film is one of this cases.

    Inspired on this tale that is on the collection Blind Willow, Sleeping Woman (but originally published in Japan as part of the collection

  • Beau Is Afraid

    Beau Is Afraid


    1st: What the heck was that!?
    2nd: Congratulations Ari Aster. You made, without any doubt, the most stressful film of this year.

    Alongside Luis Estrada's ¡Que Viva México! (I recommend you to watch his former works, specially if you aren't Mexican), this is another dark comedy of 3 hours with divisive opinions.

    The first half hour was very dense, but also very random. The following two arcs of the next 90 minutes were more restrained, but with its awkward and…