Tag: Review

Night Shift — Alliance Française French Film Festival 2021

Night Shift — Alliance Française French Film Festival 2021

Supplementing the events of a single day with two or three flashbacks, Night Shift introduces a situation and three police ...
Bye Bye Morons [Adieu les cons] — Alliance Française French Film Festival 2021

Bye Bye Morons [Adieu les cons] — Alliance Française French Film Festival 2021

Suze Trappet (Virginie Efira)’s years-long quest to find the son whom she surrendered at birth has acquired fresh urgency with ...
Arab Blues [Un divan à Tunis] — Alliance Française French Film Festival 2021

Arab Blues [Un divan à Tunis] — Alliance Française French Film Festival 2021

After living in Paris from the age of 10 and obtaining a psychotherapy degree, Selma (Golshifteh Farahani) moves back to ...
The Big Hit [Un triomphe] — Alliance Française French Film Festival 2021

The Big Hit [Un triomphe] — Alliance Française French Film Festival 2021

Offered a chance to get prisoners involved in drama, Étienne (Kad Merad), an actor out of work and no longer ...
[Film review] Nomadland

[Film review] Nomadland

It’s winter in Empire, Nevada, and U.S. Gypsum’s plant there, which has provided work for most of the town, has ...
[Film review] The Truffle Hunters

[Film review] The Truffle Hunters

Deep in the Piemonte forests in northern Italy hides the highly prized fruiting body of a subterranean fungus: the Alba ...
[Review] The Umbilical Brothers battle theft and tech to put on a new show @ Canberra Theatre Centre, 1 February

[Review] The Umbilical Brothers battle theft and tech to put on a new show @ Canberra Theatre Centre, 1 February

Review by Rory McCartney Kitty Flanagan did it in Canberra! Now The Umbilical Brothers are doing it, that is running ...
[Film review] A Writer’s Odyssey

[Film review] A Writer’s Odyssey

Guan Ning (Jiayin Lei) has increasingly entered another world whenever he closes his eyes, a world from which his daughter ...
[Film review] The Nest

[Film review] The Nest

The O’Hara family enjoys a happy middle-class life in New York City. Rory O’Hara (Jude Law) is a trader, and ...
[Film review] The Food Club [Madklubben]

[Film review] The Food Club [Madklubben]

It’s almost Christmas, and Marie (Kirsten Olesen) is working late at the business she owns with her husband, Henrik (Peter ...