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Director: Ingmar Bergman
Writer: Ingmar Bergman
Cast: Harriet Andersson, Kari Sylwan, Ingrid Thulin & Liv Ullmann
"I wander through our childhood home sometimes, where all is at once strange but familiar, and it seems I am in a dream and an event of great importance is in store for us."
Three sisters - Maria (Ullmann), Karin (Thulin) and Agnes (Andersson), who is in the late stages of uterine cancer - reunite in their childhood home. Accompanied by Anna…
Director: Hong Khaou
Writer: Hong Khaou
Cast: Henry Golding, Parker Sawyers, David Tran, Molly Harris, Lâm Vissay & Edouard Leo
"I feel like a tourist."
For decades, queerness has been the bedfellow of estrangement. No matter how much "progress" we make, there's always a lingering suspicion that we are lost or that we do not belong. Microaggression upon microaggression leaves queer people with an indelible suspicion of those around them, even those who are supposed to love them,…
This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.
This film is tough. This film is really, really tough. Ignore for a moment that it deals with child abuse, teenage prostitution, rape and the empty futility of a life wasted, and consider the core message itself: that trauma is unavoidable, that one day we’re all going to suffer some sort of tragedy and that, no matter how we attempt to deal with that tragedy, it will always be there, shaping our lives and dragging us back into the…
Directed by - Alfonso Cuarón
Written by - Alfonso Cuarón and Carlos Cuarón
Starring - Maribel Verdú, Gael Garcia Bernal, Diego Luna, Juan Carlos Remolina, Silverio Palacios, Andrés Almeida, Ana López Mercado and María Aura
Narrated by - Daniel Giménez Cacho
Sex; it’s sticky, it’s embarrassing and – even in these enlightened days of liberalism and pornography at the click of a button – it’s treated like some sort of shameful taboo by a large chunk of society. There are…