The film travels through places, from Paris to the north-western French shores, Tokyo and New York, times and materials recorded in different formats beautifully blended into the wholesome experience of the film.
The film idea to juxtapose an unsuspecting (white) man from The Metropole with the setting of a former colony might seem dated, but it is not that simple.
While I was writing the script, I had the lead actress Xochitl Galindres on my mind
I wanted to stand up as a man and say very loud: “Hey guys, stop this. This is crazy!”
Regarding the aesthetics and the craft involved, ‘The Bitch’ is a little marvel of feel-bad cinema.
Book review: ‘Scratches and Glitches: Observations on Preserving and Exhibiting Cinema in the Early 21st Century’ by Jurij Meden (Austrian Filmmuseum, 2021)
The most wonderful thing about this book is its merry and entirely deliberate level of self-contradiction.
Michael Blanchart’s horror comedy “You’re Dead, Helen” celebrated two victories at Slash Film Festival
‘The Following Year’ is a collection of intriguing ideas that lacks the sure-handedness or more bravery in the execution…
‘The Archivists’ is not about the important lessons to be learned and points to be taken.