An episodic parable about the way things are, by the Hungarian director of ‘Taxidermia’.
In a godforsaken village of Iceland, a father and son finally try to enter maturity, as difficult as it may seem.
Forget Hannibal Lecter. This cannibal may also be a fan of human flesh, but his recipe is much more haute cuisine than anything we’ve tasted before today.
A woman forgets and trades places with another in this melancholy and funny sophomore effort by the Israeli director of ‘Jellyfish’.
The big winner of the 49th Karlovy Vary Film Festival is George Ovashvili’s ‘Corn Island’, a co-production of Georgia, Germany, France, the Czech Republic and Kazakhstan. The film takes place by the Inguri river, located at the border of Georgia with Abkhazia and tells the story of a middle aged farmer and his granddaughter and the magic of nature. ‘Corn Island’ won the Crystal Globe for Best Film and a prize of 25,000 USD.