To Chiara (‘A Chiara’)
The sunny mood snaps to black in part three of Jonas Carpignano’s Calabrian trilogy, when 15-year-old Chiara is forced to reckon with her future.

Petite Maman
The love between mother and daughter is a thread that unravels the restraints of time.

Wheel of Fortune and Fantasy (‘Gûzen To Sôzô’)
Three short stories are a prism of self discovery from Drive My Car’s master of slow burn.

Sold Out
A singer-songwriter takes a chance on success in a road trip peppered with surprises.

The Northman
Director Robert Eggers hot-stamps medieval suffering into a titanic work of art.

The Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent
Weighty it ain’t, which is all to the good when a gonzo Nicolas Cage steps up to centre stage.

The Good Boss (‘El Buen Patrón’)
Javier Bardem is up to his eyeglasses in office politics as a slippery factory boss.

Farewell, Mr. Haffmann (‘Adieu Monsieur Haffmann’)
As the Nazis close in on Paris, three reluctant housemates fight their own catastrophic war.

The Lost City
Sandra Bullock and Channing Tatum go troppo. Hee-hum.

Happening (‘L’Événement’)
Director Audrey Diwan’s award-winning abortion drama is whisper-quiet and carries a walloping stick.

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