Graham Martin has written 28 reviews for films with no rating during 2023.

  • The Boy and the Heron

    The Boy and the Heron

    Beautiful animation and the warawaras are cute asf but Mahito is hella boring

  • The Tale of the Princess Kaguya

    The Tale of the Princess Kaguya

    This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.

    Dude was about to leave his wife and baby and entire squad for a girl he met when she was a toddler

  • A Knight's Tale

    A Knight's Tale

    There’s so much happening here and I cried at 11 am

  • The Straight Story

    The Straight Story

    Touching and beautiful. A perfect coda for the festival

  • The Dreamers

    The Dreamers

    What a choice for the massive, outdoor, public screening in the city center

  • Macumba

    Macumba

    Imma be honest with this one. I was drifting in and out of sleep the whole time, festival fatigue was taking hold of me hard. The parts I did see looked beautiful though. Good restoration

  • Applause

    Applause

    This one actually got to me even if the male romantic interest has all the charm and appeal of a wet fish

  • The Marriage Circle

    The Marriage Circle

    Spectacular live accompaniment

  • Stranger and the Fog

    Stranger and the Fog

    The imagery from this one really stays with you. Challenging, engaging, and beautiful.

  • The Mark of Zorro

    The Mark of Zorro

    Something my Letterboxd fam may not know is that I was a fencer until the age of 16 (I had a high school musical moment where I had to choose between fencing and running). This film made miss my sabre like a flower misses the dawn.

  • The Nightingale's Voice

    The Nightingale's Voice

    I cried. One of the best discoveries of the festival so far

  • Tutankhamen

    Tutankhamen

    Some guy next to me was playing the Russian national anthem really loudly on his phone before the screening started and was talking out loud to nobody about how it’s more relaxing than yoga and that the press gets all ruffled to hear the song of Stravinsky and Dostoyevsky so all that to say I was hella uncomfortable for this silent comedy starring a monkey.