Emanuele Gerosa is genuinly curious about people, not subjects. His documentaries feel like being scripted at moments, because he comes so close to his characters that they drop their guard.
Now and then share one thing in common – a sinister, depressing look of a place that went through different stages of industrialization, eating away the health and joy of its inhabitants.
Questlove’s approach is wider than relegating the material simply to the grade of a forgotten, then found “candy”, as he tries to explore the complete context of the event and how it never made it to the level of the American collective memory.
One day, Sei-Chen (Seitaro Hara) gets a strange reaction on the breakfast prepared by his mom (Kanako Higashi). He seems to be upset by the very look at the sliced tomato and he tosses it on the floor before running out of the house. From that moment on the boy will avoid eating tomatoes with […]
‘Flee’ is an extraordinary piece of filmmaking and a deeply sincere and moving complex story told in a respectful and astonishing manner.
Vytautas Katkus’s photography is as sinister as the atmosphere of ‘Techno, Mama’.
Marx can really wait, while Camillo Bellocchio could not and his brother Marco, the terrific filmmaker, cannot any more.
One could say that Else did create a horror film of sorts, the one in which humans’ indiference towards life presents itself in its unbeautified shape.
Covarrubia manages to bring across cruelty through seemingly harmless daily routines in the woman’s household.