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In 'The Galapagos Affair', Paradise Remains Stubbornly Absent
In this gripping true-crime story, an absurdist stew of petty tensions and quasi-Nietzschean dynamics rip apart the tiny colony of Europeans who settled one of the Galapagos islands in the '30s. [18.Sep.14]
Mysterious Forces and Femme Fatales: 'Out of the Past'
In Torneur's classic film, the femme fatale knows she's an object in a world of violent men she has no reason to respect. [18.Sep.14]
'Queen Margot' Is a History That Only Goes Downhill
Patrice Chéreau's multiple César winning film receives a lavish 20th anniversary edition from Cohen. [17.Sep.14]
Gdynia Film Festival Day 1: Deluge Redivivus / Polish Shit
Love, war and other crap at the Gdynia Film Festival, Poland's largest and most prestigious showcase for its national cinema. [17.Sep.14]
The Power of Body Language: Michelle Yeoh, Action Cinema's First Lady
Watching Michelle Yeoh fight on screen is like watching Fred Astaire dance: simply beautiful. [16.Sep.14]
Reviews
In this gripping true-crime story, an absurdist stew of petty tensions and quasi-Nietzschean dynamics rip apart the tiny colony of Europeans who settled one of the Galapagos islands in the '30s. [18.Sep.14]
In Torneur's classic film, the femme fatale knows she's an object in a world of violent men she has no reason to respect. [17.Sep.14]
Patrice Chéreau's multiple César winning film receives a lavish 20th anniversary edition from Cohen. [16.Sep.14]
Circle the Wagen begins with the end in mind, and suffers as a result. [15.Sep.14]
Silly sexual politics prevent this film from being a bona fide classic. [15.Sep.14]
This, of course, is how such concoctions work: all supporting players tell you something about the original squabbling family members, and each of these tells you something about the primary family member. [16.Sep.14]
DVD Reviews
In this gripping true-crime story, an absurdist stew of petty tensions and quasi-Nietzschean dynamics rip apart the tiny colony of Europeans who settled one of the Galapagos islands in the '30s. [18.Sep.14]
In Torneur's classic film, the femme fatale knows she's an object in a world of violent men she has no reason to respect. [17.Sep.14]
Mixed Media
Features
Despite years of wonderful work, it’s taken Juliette Lewis almost two decades to land her first flat-out great leading role: Kelly & Cal. [16.Sep.14]
For fans of everything from the truly buzz-worthy (Terry Gilliam) to that found footage trope yet again (Casey La Scala), this warm-up to the end of the year awards has you covered. [05.Sep.14]
Columns
Stars in Our Eyes
Watching Michelle Yeoh fight on screen is like watching Fred Astaire dance: simply beautiful. [15.Sep.14]
Subaltern Talkies
Fed up with the empty rhetoric of utopian ideology and highfalutin discourse, the new generation of filmmakers take their frustrations out on the grand narratives of Tamil cinema. [12.Sep.14]
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