Cannes 2015: Gus Van Sant presents “The Sea of ​​Trees”, one of the worst films you ever saw! (review)

Unfortunately and no matter how hard we tried to isolate some good moments, forgive transgressions, even think that Gus Van Sant might have had something in mind that we simply could not see for two hours, “The Sea of ​​Trees” is a film that should not carry his signature, let alone participate in the Competition of the Cannes Film Festival.

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Berlinale 2014: Athanasios Karanikolas’ ‘At Home’ Review

For those familiar with Athanasios Karanikolas’ film making, ‘At Home’ is a natural continuation of ‘Ellie Makra – 42277 Wuppertal’ and ‘Echolot’. The director’s cinema is based on details, the thin lines of the strongest human emotions and a penetrating gaze that balances between documentary and fiction – here in its most complete and moving form yet.

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