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Film Review: The Square (2017)

Christian (Claes Bang) is a top curator at a renowned contemporary art museum in Stockholm. He’s handsome, well-groomed, charming, intelligent and articulate. From this…

Film Review: Elle (2016)

Thank you Paul Verhoeven (Robocop, Showgirls, Hollow Man) for your eclectic and schizophrenic filmography. It appears you have done it again with Elle. This…

Film Review: Love (2015)

Love is the latest film from director Gaspar Noe, famous (or infamous?) for Irréversible (2002) and Enter the Void (2009). Love features explicit, non-simulated…

MIFF 2013: Death For Sale (2011)

The audience knows where the film is headed long before it gets there, very much like watching a trail slowly derail. As the title indicates, Death For Sale doesn’t provide any happy endings. These men are a product of their society, which unfortunately doesn’t elevate them to fulfil any kind of potential.