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  • Mossane
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  • Caramel

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Pinned reviews

  • Three Colors: Red

    Three Colors: Red


    Life is full of coincidences. Little and insignificant moments can and will define our entire paths in life.

    Something as mundane as dropping your books in the middle of the road at night after a day of study can lead you to face the hardest heartbreak filled with sorrow and betrayal. Something so small can and will be life-changing.

    Something as unexpected as hitting a dog with your car in the middle of the road at night after a hard-working…

  • The Green Ray

    The Green Ray


    In ordinary situations, endless conversations, and crowded places, we witness Delphine's never-ending circle of isolation and despair through her tormented vacation where the intensity of her feelings is both enchanting and heartbreaking to see, thanks to a wonderful and all-time best performance from Marie Rivière.

    The Green Ray is probably one of the most interesting examinations about sincerity and honesty in the history of cinema. Minimizing any technical aspect, Eric Rohmer allows the conversations, most of them improvised, to flow…

Recent reviews

  • Avatar: The Way of Water

    Avatar: The Way of Water


    very much like a glorified MCU film without superheroes.

  • The Flavor of Green Tea Over Rice

    The Flavor of Green Tea Over Rice


    what starts as a lighthearted comedy about a woman and her friends trash-talking, laughing, and joking about their husbands, The Flavor of Green Tea Over Rice unfolds slowly into a profound and complex exploration of marriage and its difficulties. gradually getting more dramatic with sparks of conflicts about arranged marriage, Yasujirō Ozu decides to spare us a tragic ending and instead surprises us with what might be the most delicate and beautiful scene - the one that gives the title to the film - of his entire filmography. very underrated little gem.

Popular reviews

  • Kill Your Darlings

    Kill Your Darlings


    how to gay away with murder

  • Portrait of a Lady on Fire

    Portrait of a Lady on Fire


    "Don't regret. Remember."

    Céline Sciamma closes the decade with one of the most ravishing stories ever put on screen. Every frame in Portrait of a Lady on Fire feels like a painting full of charm, passion, elegance, and delicacy. It's truly a portrait. A portrait of persuasions and emotions; of love, desire, isolation, loss.

    Personal Ballot: 2019
    Directed by Women