Category: film reviews

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Innocents, The (2016)

A French Red Cross doctor in 1945 Poland is approached by a nun, who has sneaked away from the convent in search for help of an ailing nun who’s about to have a baby.

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Face (Japanese Film)

Face is the darkly comic story of a socially awkward seamstress who is forced to fend for herself after tragedy strikes her family.

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X-Men: Apocalypse

X-Men: Apocalypse sees Professor X and Mystique forming a new team to put a stop to Apocalypse before he destroys the world.

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Udta Punjab

Udta Punjab is a controversial drama about the menace of drug abuse in the Indian state of Punjab.

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In Between Days (2006)

This auspicious debut feature by Korean-American director So Yong Kim deals with a young immigrant’s coming-of-age in her new surroundings.

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High Sun, The (Croatian Film)

Zvizdan deals with the deep-seeded conflict of Croatia’s separation from what was once Yugoslavia, and their tensions with the Serbs in a three-part story depicting three different love stories featuring the same actors.

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Neerja (Indian Film)

If Sonam never ever delivers a good role ever again, she’ll have Neerja to be remembered for; and Neerja Bhanot will be remembered for her heroism and temple.

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Every-Night Dreams (1933)

Naruse Mikio’s silent Every-Night Dreams deals with the struggles of a single mother, a bar hostess, doing the best she can to provide for her son in tough personal and economic times.

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We Are X

We Are X is the dark and exciting history of Japans’ largest and most well-loved rock band, X Japan. Intricately weaving past and present, this documentary shows fans the true side of the lengends.