Tagged: arsaib recommends
French post-nouvelle vague auteur Philippe Garrel once again poetically deals with the complications of love in his new film starring his son Louis.
The Forest for the Trees is an acute and absorbing study of an idealistic high school teacher who gradually deteriorates both emotionally and psychologically.
A disfigured concentration camp survivor searches postwar Berlin for the husband who might have betrayed her to the Nazis.
Chaitanya Tamhane’s Court is a quietly devastating, absurdist portrait of the Indian judicial system and everything it stands for.
In Focus, Nicky and Jess cross paths, which leads them into a romantic relationship and Nicky leading Jess into the business of swindling and pick-pocketing, with special attention on the art of misdirection and the power of suggestion.
In this comedy of manners, a woman from a former bourgeois family tries to keep up appearances by relying on unsavory financial practices.
A washed up actor, who once played an iconic superhero, tries to mount a Broadway play in an attempt to recover his career and himself.
Nobuhiro Yamashita returns to his favorite theme of arrested development in this bittersweet comedy-drama about a recent college graduate who moves back to her hometown.
One of director Shinoda Masahiro’s finest achievements, Assassination portraits a mysterious and charismatic individual who continuously shifts his allegiance from one political faction to another.
This Charming Girl is an assured and impressive debut feature about a young woman’s emotional life.