The wild bunch, bold cinematic rebels and adventurous films
| 74 minutes | 2018
Somewhere in southern Chile, Maria escapes from a cult and takes refuge in the woods. There, the dark fairytales of childhood play out, the ones where the wolf is always lurking nearby. La Casa Lobo, the first film by two artists, is by every definition a work of art, a hallucinatory animated film that brings back the magic of cinema. Lynch’s early films (Alphabet, Grandmother, Eraserhead) come to mind, those fever dreams where fantasy twists into grotesquerie. A film with a venomous biet, it’s an enthralling, nightmarish experience where you’ll want to keep your eyes wide open. Even after the credits roll . . .
Two Ronins (samurais without masters) take a break from fighting to rest up in a village. Strangers to each other, it’s the opportunity to step back and...
JAPAN | 74 minutes | 2018
Quentin Dupieux (Rubber, Réalité, Wrong Cops) is back, and it’s one unhinged laugh after another. Here he reworks Claude Miller’s Garde à vue in a...
FRANCE , Belgium | 74 minutes | 2018
He (Jean Dujardin), the brother, is looking to get rich quick. She (Yolande Moreau), the sister, runs an Emmaüs commune, a not-for-profit settlement for...
FRANCE | 74 minutes | 2017
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