Tranquil, realistic new Romanian cinema with faith in its style and underground intensity, without any additional strength or originality, from the director of “Tuesday, After Christmas”.
Hungarian László Nemes, the debutant of the Official Competition, envelops us in the flames of the Holocaust and with the horror of an intensive and serious horror film, he becomes a serious contender for the Palme d’Or
More of a love story than a political drama, the “Anarchists” opened Cannes’ Critics Week in a low key fashion, with a hot leading couple but without any political or cinematic tensions.
With more magical realism in “Reality”’ and more darkness in “Gomorrah”, Matteo Garrone narrates here a series of Italian Renaissance tales only to ground imagination into an old and stale chatter.
Wes Anderson’s new film opens the proceedings of the 64th Berlin International Film Festival and also opens a drawer full of memories of a common European consciousness – in a humorous and colorful way!