One Fine Morning lives up to its sunny title, even if it’s a bit less optimistic than you might expect.
Film Review: “Crimes of the Future” — Let Them Eat Microplastics
If you find David Cronenberg’s cinematic philosophy on bodily abjection/assimilation and the artistic process intellectually stimulating, then you’re in for an intoxicating return to form from the man whose name is synonymous with the body horror genre.
Film Review: “France” — A Comic Drama about the Shallowness of Contemporary Journalism
Léa Seydoux claims the spotlight as the title character in Bruno Dumont’s pithy and entertaining France, giving a performance that’s cunningly calibrated to mesmerize.
Film Commentary: You Know It When You See It — Desire and “Blue is the Warmest Color”
Without its many steamy lesbian sex interludes tarting up what could otherwise be classified as a routine narrative, would “Blue is the Warmest Color” have garnered so many rave reviews and prizes?