Review of Sick of Myself (Kristoffer Borgli)

Sick of Myself millimetrically dissects all those elements that make up society. An exposed society that,…

Kristoffer Borgli… under examination

Kristoffer Borgli is an observer who reflects on the state of art, societies and, above all,…

Review of And the King Said, What a Fantastic Machine (Axel Danielson, Maximilien van Aertryck)

In And the King Said, What a Fantastic Machine, a documentary that reflects on the evolution…

America (2022) ‘אמריקה’, directed by Ofir Raul Graizer

After the international success of critics and audiences between 2017 and 2018, The Cakemaker, the Israeli…

‘Nina and the Hedgehog’s Secret’ Review, a film by Jean-Loup Felicioli & Alain Gagnol

Review of the French film Nina and the Hedgehog's Secret, starring Guillaume Canet and Audrey Tautou…

‘Let the River Flow’ Review (Ellos eatnu – La elva leve – 2023)

One of the things that, although common, never ceases to surprise me is seeing in reality…

Breathe (2014), directed by Mélanie Laurent

The first time I saw Mélanie Laurent act was in Je vais bien, ne t’en fais…

Detachment (2011), by Tony Kaye

A few days ago, remembering my time at high school, I remembered a teacher I had…

Top 10 best movies of 2022

While 2022 marked the return to a normalcy close to pre-pandemic times, back to crowds and…

Saraband, by Ingmar Bergman

A lot has been said about the filmmaker Ingmar Bergman throughout the realms of cinema, literature,…

Persona, by Ingmar Bergman (1966)

Taking advantage of a few weeks of summer and vacation, I’ve felt like rewatching some of…

World of Tomorrow. Episode Three: The Absent Destinations of David Prime, by Don Hertzfeldt

Despite being a year of bad taste, 2020 also gave us a new film from Don…

World of Tomorrow. Episode Two: The Burden of Other People’s Thoughts, by Don Hertzfeldt

I continue with our review of the best of the year 2017, this time focusing on…

World of Tomorrow’s review, a film by Don Hertzfeldt

Globally recognized as World of Tomorrow, the successor to the marvelous and recommended film It’s Such…

It’s Such A Beautiful Day, by Don Hertzfeldt: Everything Will Be Ok, I Am So Proud Of You and It’s Such A Beautiful Day

If something perfectly expresses the meaning of candid for us, it’s the protagonist of “It’s Such…

Ingmar Bergman: Movies, theater and the importance of music and books in his life

Talking about Ingmar Bergman is to refer to one of the greatest film directors in history.…