The camera work is un-interventional, silent and attentive, and it is less of a fly-on-the-wall than the dirt-hits-the-fan feeling we are witnessing as the film progresses.
Smart, bold and inventive in its blend of different thropes, All Crows in The World delivers on all fronts.
Pawel Lozinski appologizes for being slightly late. He’s out of breath, explaining that the traffic in Warsaw is impossible at the moment, and that the city almost feels like being in the state of war. “We have approximately 200000 refugees in the capital only, and about 2 million in the country. Let me put it […]
If hardcore partying and police brutality isn’t enough to show the travails of modern Russian youth, Veber chucks in Olympic training rituals too
It’s a past that many in the official government don’t want to dwell upon. It’s a past that Jude insists that they must never forget.
Ironically, by only employing men in her movie, Beckermann, who speaks but remains firmly off-camera, creates a genuinely feminist movie.
“It’s Raining Frogs Outside” is an outstanding, dark drama done with an impressive know-how.
Thierry Demaizière & Alban Teurlai: “The kids are so used to the cameras that ours was just one more”
Documentaries expose the truth, and the nuances that they can convey are so much stronger than any performance delivered by an actor.
The script is jointly written by Magrati and Rauniyar and inspired by their own trials.