The great names in cinema
FRANCE , Switzerland
| 84 minutes | 2018
Jean-Luc Godard’s new film, divided into several chapters, tackles the burning issues of the Arab world today. In his deep, passionate voice, the filmmaker intones quotes, questions and provocations. And as the archival videos, film clips, photos, music and the few new scenes shot by Godard in Tunisia scroll by, a kind of horrifying, tragic poetry emerges from his “image book.” Shot through with Dada touches, the master’s latest is a dizzyingly visceral experience in which he continues — at 87 — to call into question the very nature of cinema. Presented by esse
Palme d'or spéciale - Cannes film festival
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Once again, the Iranian filmmaker defies his officially-imposed house arrest and filming ban to deliver a portrait of three women in today’s Iran. Using...
IRAN | 84 minutes | 2018
Eight years after Poetry, Korean filmmaker Lee Chang-Dong adapts Japanese writer Haruki Murakami’s novel on the coded twists and turns of a love...
SOUTH KOREA | 84 minutes | 2018
Quarrelling, making up, little stabs in the back, and boozy despair – as always, Hong Sang-Soo feels right at home here. In his latest opus Grass, he...
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