The great names in cinema
FRANCE , Cambodia
| 115 minutes | 2018
Powerfully as ever, Rithy Panh continues documenting the horrific Cambodian genocide perpetrated by the Khmer Rouge in the late 1980s, which Panh lived through. This time he focuses on the intensity of the survivors’ spiritual lives and their attempts to communicate with the victims. He drives the narrative with a superbly written voiceover, long travelling shots that capture the surrounding landscape, and the profound testimonials of the survivors. After the acclaimed The Missing Picture, the director refreshes his creative, poetic approach to documentary through this heartbreaking and redemptive tribute to the victims. Presented by RIDM
A dog-groomer living in a ratty Neapolitan suburb who sells a little coke on the side to make ends meet sees his world turn upside-down when a childhood...
ITALY | 115 minutes | 2018
Bruno Dumont is one of those great filmmakers who took to the series format effortlessly, taking advantage of the setup to exploit their singularity,...
FRANCE | 115 minutes | 2018
Through his portrait of a Japanese family trying to survive poverty through petty scams, the filmmaker behind Like Father, Like Son continues his...
JAPAN | 115 minutes | 2018
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