Kim Torres’ film portrays a kind of detachment that is all too familiar, but imbues it with a wistfulness rather than any sense of criticism.
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Ahmad Saleh’s new animation is disconcertingly beautiful, but the tension between the intricate precision of the filmmaking and the brutal pain of the subject matter is precisely the point.
Simone Bozzelli’s film explores the dangers and pleasures of playfulness, and specifically unstructured play, where the rules have not been decided on, and identity can become fluid.
With ‘Caricaturana’ the prolific Radu Jude delivers a film that astutely references history and art as it weaves along a journey that ultimately delivers a biting bit of satirical commentary.