At the end of blockbuster season, Ain’t Them Bodies Saints is the perfect palette cleanser. A breathtaking, timeless tale of doomed romance and impeccable atmosphere, the film is reviewed in the latest […]
★★★1/2 A ballad of stoic hardship rather than standard issue biopic.
★★★1/2 Diana’s unlawful actions spring from confused urges and undetermined desires about which she hasn’t the slightest idea.
★★★ John Sayles privileges performance and a delicately discerning core relationship over action.
★★★★ Seeing Ebert’s words flash up alongside scenes from landmark films often feels like the last word.
Performing Ingmar Bergman’s harrowing Scenes From A Marriage eight times a week would test the mettle of the most emotionally secure actor, but Olivia Williams is only thinking of her audience: […]
★★★★ The empire of self is a landscape vividly captured and enigmatically alive.
The most exciting moment I experienced at the 2011 London Film Festival was one that has lived in the memory since. A memory more than a little bitter now upon […]