World cinema

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Some Interviews on Personal Matters review – offbeat Coppola-esque romcom from 1970s Tbilisi
A journalist discovers her husband’s infidelity in a poetic, pleasingly surreal drama by Georgian director Lana Gogoberidze

Peter Bradshaw

27, Jun, 2022 @10:00 AM

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The Big Hit review – impressive French prison comedy-drama
Based on the true story of a drama teacher who worked in a high-security jail, this film crackles with charm and nervous energy

Wendy Ide

26, Jun, 2022 @11:00 AM

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Moon, 66 Questions review – oblique view of a family reunion is a cinematic pleasure
Greek director Jacqueline Lentzou’s elliptical tale of an estranged father and daughter is a supremely confident debut

Wendy Ide

26, Jun, 2022 @10:00 AM

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Streaming: Morbius and the best films about modern-day vampires
From Jared Leto’s biochemist in the Marvel film to the avenging feminist in A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night

Guy Lodge

25, Jun, 2022 @7:00 AM

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The Big Hit review – feelgood prison comedy as convicts do Beckett
A curmudgeonly actor helps prisoners put on a production of Waiting for Godot in Emmanuel Courcol’s predictable drama

Leslie Felperin

24, Jun, 2022 @7:27 AM

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Wings of Desire review – Wim Wenders’ elegiac hymn to a broken cold-war Berlin
Shot when the city seemed forever divided by the wall, this intensely romantic story of an angel who longs for human love is unlike any other

Peter Bradshaw

22, Jun, 2022 @2:00 PM

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Theo and the Metamorphosis review – provocative drama of nudity and hating
An initially intriguing slice of secluded life descends into hollow indulgence, the kind of film that gives arthouse cinema a bad name

Phuong Le

20, Jun, 2022 @3:00 PM

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Moon, 66 Questions review – elusive but rewarding study of family tension
Jacqueline Lentzou’s highly anticipated debut feature follows a daughter struggling to reconnect with her ailing father

Peter Bradshaw

20, Jun, 2022 @10:00 AM

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Everything Went Fine review – François Ozon’s nimble study of assisted dying
The French director focuses on domestic dynamics rather than the moral issues in this naturalistic drama about a family crisis

Wendy Ide

19, Jun, 2022 @10:00 AM

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Jean-Louis Trintignant: an actor of charisma, depth and dark emotions | Peter Bradshaw
The French veteran, who starred in some of the finest new wave films and won the best actor César for the end-of-life drama Amour, has died aged 91

Peter Bradshaw

17, Jun, 2022 @3:56 PM

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Jean-Louis Trintignant, star of A Man and a Woman and Amour, dies aged 91
The veteran of the French new wave starred in a series of auteur-driven films, before appearing in Michael Haneke’s Amour

Andrew Pulver

17, Jun, 2022 @3:48 PM

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Il Buco review – arrestingly beautiful caving docudrama
Inspired by a 1960s Italian potholing expedition, Michelangelo Frammartino’s almost wordless film is spellbinding

Wendy Ide

12, Jun, 2022 @11:30 AM

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