Serena Seghedoni

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La Chica Nueva (Torino Review): A Snapshot of Argentina

Through the story of a girl who travels to Tierra del Fuego to find her brother, La Chica Nueva (The New Girl) offers one of the most realistic portrayals of Argentina ever to be captured on film.

Une Jeune Fille Qui Va Bien (A Radiant Girl): Torino Review

Rebecca Marder shines in Une Jeune Fille Qui Va Bien (A Radiant Girl), a charming debut that tackles its subject matter with unique energy and personality.

Finch (Review): “The Day The Music Died”

With plenty of American Dream nostalgia and a great performance from Tom Hanks, AppleTV+’s Finch is ultimately a story about love in its purest form.

Marvel’s Eternals (Review): The “Lost Boys” of the MCU

Chloé Zhao’s Eternals is Marvel’s most philosophical film to date, teaching us about evolution, humanity, love, and the nature of good and evil.

Ted Lasso Season 2 Finale Review: “Football is Life”

Ted Lasso ‘s Season 2 Episode 12 blends tension, humour and wisdom and delivers an epic Finale, with enough surprises to leave us aching for Season 3.

Ted Lasso Season 2 Episode 11 Review: Truth Bombs and Gut Reactions

With unexpected twists, new developments, and many unanswered questions, Ted Lasso ‘s Season 2 Episode 11 prepares us for a Finale where anything could happen.

I’m Your Man (Review): Eggert & Stevens Shine in Smart Relationship Drama

Maria Schrader masters the art of showing, not telling in I’m Your Man, a smart…

Ted Lasso Season 2 Episode 10 Review: Coming To Terms With the Past

Ted Lasso ‘s Season 2 Episode 10 returns to the show’s usual format, and teaches us that valuable lessons can be learned from revisiting and accepting the past.

Ted Lasso Season 2 Episode 9 Review: Beard in Lassoland

Appropriately titled “Beard After Hours,” Ted Lasso ‘s Season 2 Episode 9 deviates from the show’s visual and narrative style, in a standalone episode that risks alienating fans of the series.

Old Henry Revives The Western Genre (Venice Film Festival Review)

Tim Blake Nelson shines in Old Henry, a riveting, slow-burning western that pays homage to the great classics from the past while also reviving the genre.