Category: World Cinema

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Dogtooth (Greek, 2009)

  “Your Children are not your children. They are sons and daughters of Life’s longing for itself. They come through you but not from you, and though they are with you yet they belong not...






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Corn Island – A Marvelous Minimalist Cinema

Georgian films and movies set in the Caucasus Mountain villages of the former Soviet Republic are gaining prominence in the festival circuits. Gritty coming-of-age tale “In Bloom” (2013), darkly humorous drama “Street Days” (2010) and...






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Borgman (Danish, 2013)

      Alex van Warmerdam’s ‘Borgman’ is strictly arthouse. Unlike formal methods of storytelling, Borgman doesn’t attempt to unveil the reasons behind what’s happening on the screen; not even once. The screenplay is slow,...






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Crow’s Egg (Tamil, 2014)

  A small routine of your life may be someone’s lifetime dream. Eating pizza may be as simple as having a cup of coffee. Here comes a bold Tamil cinema by debutant director M. Manikandan...






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Baran — A Lyrical Tale of Selfless Love

Majid Majidi was one of the important Iranian film-maker of the Iranian New Wave cinema movement, which came into existence after the revolution of 1979. Although Majidi’s movies are more populist and less critical of...