Posts tagged with "Comic drama"

The Crime Is Mine (‘Mon Crime’)
Murder is a fizzy dish for director François Ozon and his chicly energised cast.

Everybody Loves Jeanne (‘Tout le Monde Aime Jeanne’)
A depressed French woman plays duelling banjos with her batty yet strikingly stylised thoughts.

A power struggle between a dominatrix and her over-it client is a stripping back of layers, piece by ragged piece.

Director Matt Johnson’s nutty slice of tech history is a crack-up at the start. But nobody is laughing when the BlackBerry’s nuts and bolts come undone.

Driving Madeleine (‘Une Belle Course’)
A taxi ride across Paris is a sweetly nuanced journey within. (With food as a bonus. Naturellement.)

Masquerade (‘Mascerade’)
Two users go for broke in a ritzy French caper with bite.

White Noise
Dread of death is a bumpy ride in writer-director Noah Baumbach’s fast track to bedlam.

The Banshees of Inisherin
When a friendship goes bad, both sides are victims in playwright Martin McDonagh's dazzling mosaic of betrayal.

Triangle of Sadness
Survival is a dark art in Swedish film-maker Ruben Östlund’s trenchant shipwreck satire.

The Humans
Director Stephen Karam’s punchy adaptation of his stage play pulses with compassion and regret.

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