The title of Eléonor Weber’s warfare- and morality-themed documentary There Will Be No More Night will be illustrated only at the later stage of the film.
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Dialogue free and focused on (some of) 750 dogs sheltered in ‘Le Cœur sur la Patte’ sanctuary in Agadir (Morocco), Mutts almost doesn’t feel like a documentary regarding the way it was approached cinematographically.
The topic of violence against women is hardly new, but Jyoti Mistry manages to find a fresh angle to it with the short documentary ‘Cause of Death’.
For a filmmaker who profited greatly from creating the manic feeling, Lukić does equally well with the low-key depression.
Raw in its appearance and genuine regarding the motivations of all the people involved, Once Upon a Youth is a multi-layered work of art that goes deep in painting a portrait of a unique person, a landscape of a certain place in a certain time, the philosophical aspects of friendship and the generation that tried to do something against all odds.
State Funeral is not a conventionally informative documentary. Its stately pace, repetitive rhythms and generous two-hours-plus running time all require patience and focus. But the film’s cumulative power lies in its understatement.