Nordic noir “A White, White Day” is a sensational slow-burn and an incredibly, intense Icelandic movie. Acclaimed Director Hlynur Pálmason’s sublime sophomore effort doesn’t disappoint. In a remote Icelandic town, police chief Ingimundur (Ingvar Sigurdsson) struggles with the death of his wife. Despite his wife tragically passing
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Melina Leon’s magnificent monochrome style sizzles for a delightful debut with “Song Without A Name” highlighted by elegant, entertaining cinematography. However, it lacks the oomph one would expect resulting in a “Roma” repeat. Based on true events and set in Peru during the late 1980s, an indigenous
Although a founding father of the Italian Neo-Realism movement, Palme d’Or winning and Academy Award nominated director Luchino Visconti doesn’t get the respect he truly deserves. Thanks to a spectacular transfer and beautiful Blu-ray debut, “L’Innocente” might resurrect and introduce the phenomenal director to a new generation.
Award-winning directors Jean-Pierre & Luc Dardenne demonstrate once again why they consistently churn out beautiful Belgian-life dramas. “Young Ahmed” asserts itself with a gut-punch powerful performance anchored by its lead actor. As the titular character Ahmed (Idir Ben Addi), the 13-year-old Muslim has recently become radicalized in