World Cinema

The Last Mitterrand

Jul 28th, 2005 | by Matt McAllister

Francois Mitterrand was one of the most intriguing and controversial figures of 20th Century French politics. The extent of both


3 Iron

Jul 15th, 2005 | by Matt McAllister

After the international acclaim that greeted The Isle and particularly Spring, Summer, Fall, Winter…and Spring, there was always going to


Private

May 13th, 2005 | by Michelle Thomas

Palestine. The Occupied Territories. Israeli soldiers, in their attempts to control the disputed border country, take over Palestinian houses to


Night Watch (Nochnoi Dozor)

Apr 24th, 2005 | by Richard Strachan

Based on the popular novel by Russian author Sergei Lukyanenko, ‘Night Watch’ is an extremely bold fantasy horror that sometimes


Downfall

Apr 16th, 2005 | by Matt McAllister

By April 1945 everything was falling apart for the Third Reich. In the skies the Luftwaffe were all but finished,


The Chorus

Mar 13th, 2005 | by Matt McAllister

Mr Holland’s Opus in French anyone? Anyone? If the very idea fills you with a numbing sickness and dread (and


JSA: Joint Security Area

Mar 1st, 2005 | by Matt McAllister

In the wake of the phenomenal international success of Oldboy comes the belated UK release of writer-director Park Chan-Wook’s second


Paradise Lost

Jan 1st, 2005 | by Mike Barnard

Beauty meets death in Paradise Lost (Turistas) as bikini-clad babes and toned men meet their maker in grizzly fashion against


Mondovino

Dec 10th, 2004 | by Matt McAllister

The documentary picture has seen something of a renaissance in recent years, perhaps most notably with the critical acclaim poured



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