We’ve got a wonderful grab bag of cinematic ephemera for you this month.
In Knick, the body is mystery meat. Squelching and sticky, it has a reality that repels abstraction and houses a dark disorder that wrecks any pretensions to mastery.
A Very Long Engagement is a fable about grief and young love.
Yet, what if the bomb was buried and detonated over a mile beneath the earth, thirty miles from your family's home, two and half months before your birth?
Each scene in The Holy Mountain was staged as symbol in and of itself—and they came at me in a ceaseless barrage.
Desperately Seeking Susan is a movie about iconography as a narrative strategy, as a cinematic device, as the foundation of an artistic career.
To categorize A Zed and Two Noughts as any kind of meditation on grief would be to discount the way that Greenaway holds his characters at a physical and emotional remove
White feels like the afterimage of a comedy, a funny movie whose characters seem to fall through its sheer absence of jokes, into ambiguous and oblique gaps.
A grapefruit is never dull; on the contrary, it’s often the center of attention.
The truth is, like Keanu Reeves, accents don’t inherently make a story or character more convincing just because they’re there.
"Don’t mind the cameras till you to talk to them."