Henrika Kull’s debut Bliss (Glück) is an intimate – if a bit quick – encapsulation of the vulnerabilities of falling in love and accepting yourself.
Episode 5 of Hawkeye adds and removes villains from the board, and delivers on the small moments that make this show so consistently enjoyable.
Yamina Benguigui’s Sisters (Soeurs) wants to tackle generational trauma and complex family dynamics, but ends up feeling a little tired and confused.
Fly Me Away (Envole-moi) is a very sincere, if very sentimental, film about connection and impacting someone’s life through the power of friendship.
Stephan Streker’s The Enemy (L’ennemi) is an intriguing exploration of guilt and bias underneath the story of a politician and his dead wife.
Episode 4 of Hawkeye still delivers on the character moments, the humour and the emotion, but might be raising too many questions for its remaining run time.
Episode 3 of Hawkeye hits the bullseye on what works so well about the show so far: its humour, its characters and its sense of self.
Mary Lambert’s addition to the Netflix rom-com genre, A Castle for Christmas, is a fun but somewhat cheesy, cliché festive romp that goes all out with its ‘Scottishness’.
Hawkeye ‘s episodes 1 & 2 are simultaneously a check-up on the MCU’s resident bow-wielding super dad, and a fun introduction to the MCU’s newest archer.
Bettina Oberli’s My Wonderful Wanda aims to be a satirical comedy-drama about class, but suffers from a lack of focus and emotional impact.