The most terrifying thing about film is that it’s all already happened
One rarely expects a film as good as ‘Portrait of a Lady on Fire’ to come along and we are always glad when it does.
“Five wickedly twisted tales from the next generation of Aboriginal Writer/Directors all looking at the post-colonial Aboriginal experience through the horror genre”
What a waste of everyone’s time.
Us, the cast, Jim Jarmusch; everyone except Tilda Swinton who here made magic all on her lonesome
Note: Plot point discussions follow for Judy and Punch and The Nightingale It’s incredibly disquieting that two revenge flicks, both supported by Australian State funding agencies, both starring Damon Herriman in the role of an […]
“It’s a pretty unusual film, it’s a fictionalised origin story about the infamous Punch and Judy puppet play”
We don’t deserve Pedro Almodovar; thank God he disagrees
It’s rare that a film with such efficient storytelling could flounder for nearly two hours.
Above and beyond all else beautifully shot, the sequences in each of the four locations are rendered stunningly as the lens drifts over landscapes or hovers on daily routines or else