Life of Crime 1984-2020 premiered at last year’s edition of Venice and had a brief festival tour before landing on HBO.
Venice International Film festival
Sushma Khadepaun does not hesitate to dig deep into the unpleasant topic of family relations, betrayal and the conservatism that fuels the ugliest of the emotions, but she is clever in keeping her clues as subtle as possible for as long as it takes.
The caretaker is having a hellish time, because the building under his supervision is falling apart, as the tenants pay no attention to maintenance.
Filmmakers Fabrizio Laurenti and Niccolò Vivarelli have created a vibrant and entertaining documentary which is as colourful as Piero Vivarelli’s life.
Every day is the same in the juvenile detention center Hahnöfersand situated on the Elbe river island in Lower Saxony. The time drags so painfully slow that it really feels like…
Right at the beginning of her intimate family portrait Superheroes Without Superpowers the Italian director Beatrice Baldacci contemplates about what makes a person unique
In his third short film Kingdom, Come, Sean Robert Dunn plunges in the realm of disturbing human drives that can destroy the lives of many people with one blow.
Procreating is all in some societies, and the man’s ability to have children is a proof of his unshakeable masculinity. Even a bare possibility that a man might be sterile is practically absent from people’s minds,
Roqaia is traumatized by the suicide attack, but that is something that the immediate environment refuses to acknowledge