• Sunflower

    Sunflower

    ★★★

    The flashback scenes were lovely 😢❤

  • The Ruling Class

    The Ruling Class

    ★★★

    A scathing attack on aristocracy with a marvelous Peter O'Toole. The sharp one liners come thick and fast(Arthur Lowe as the drunken butler is a hoot).Sadly the musical numbers are a distraction and the film itself could have benefited from a shorter runtime!

  • Natchathiram Nagargiradhu

    Natchathiram Nagargiradhu

    ★★★½

    A fearless film not afraid to speak it's mind. Rene's explosive performance was like a force of nature.The way the director has handled the entire arc of Arjun is nothing less than a real life horror film.

  • One Million Yen Girl

    One Million Yen Girl

    ★★★½

    It's a pleasure to watch Yu Aoyi in this film. The subject is cliche but she pulls off the dramatic portions with elan.That final shot is a game changer!

  • The Apology King

    The Apology King

    ★★★

    Touching and hilarious.

    P.S - We should all apologise Japanese style!

  • Sweet Smell of Success

    Sweet Smell of Success

    ★★★★½

    Every line uttered in this movie reflects today's society. Sharp,cynical and acidic.

  • Blackmail Is My Life

    Blackmail Is My Life

    ★★★½

    Definitely inspired by French New Wave,this Fukusaku film from the late 60s
    captures the rebellious spirit of the era.
    Was the ending a nod to Breathless?

  • Heidi Fleiss: Hollywood Madam

    Heidi Fleiss: Hollywood Madam

    Does not make much sense to watch it now 27 years down the line. But it's true,Hollywood is a cesspool of filth.

  • Blancanieves

    Blancanieves

    ★★★★

    A gorgeous love letter to silent cinema;brimming with a captivating background score and haunting visuals.

  • Cabaret Balkan

    Cabaret Balkan

    Some of the stories worked for me(the bus hijacking being the most effective) and some did not.

  • (Untitled)

    (Untitled)

    ★★★½

    A hilarious satire on the art world.

  • Skin

    Skin

    ★★★½

    The comparisons to the superlative Hotel Rwanda are inevitable but that does not make it any less compelling.