Gutsy cinema that breaks new ground
| 93 minutes | 2018
Like its main character, a rape victim whose instinctive attempts to repress the trauma only create more problems, this brilliant first feature by German filmmaker Eva Trobisch is a study in unease. As her stifled angst gives way to a gnawing sense of guilt, Janne sees her world gradually fall apart. Carried by its taut screenplay and a blistering performance from the (already) great Aenne Schwarz, this powerfully naturalistic tale serves up a nuanced behavioural analysis suggesting that our worst enemy might be none other than ourselves.Q&A with Eva Trobisch on October 4th
Best First Feature - Locarno Film Festival; Best Actress - Munich Film Festival
For his second feature, Félix Dufour-Laperrière turns to animated fiction, mingling the personal, the collective and the political. In the midst of the...
QUéBEC/CANADA | 93 minutes | 2018
Cambodia, 1975. Pol Pot and his Khmer Rouge invade Phnom Penh, forcing millions out of the capital and into work camps across the countryside. In the...
FRANCE , Belgium , Luxembourg | 93 minutes | 2018
Boarding-school student Guillaume finds himself painfully attracted to his best friend. Meanwhile, after her boyfriend casually mentions how unlikely it is...
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