In her flawed but poignant debut And, Towards Happy Alleys, director Sreemoyee Singh sheds light on the protagonists of Iranian cinema.
In Episode 6 of Apple TV+’s Shrinking, our characters “do the work” and surprise us with hilarious twists, heartwarming scenes, and more than one surprise.
Like a theatre play, Ira Sachs’ Passages draws you in with irresistible character dynamics, played to perfection by Franz Rogowski and Ben Whishaw.
Despite its intriguing premise and a great Willem Dafoe, Inside gets lost in its own cleverness, taking us on a journey whose outcome we’ve been able to predict since the very start.
Anchored by terrific performances and a flawless screenplay, the genre-defying Femme is a complex analysis of trauma, identity and internalised homophobia disguised as a revenge thriller.
Through the haunting story of a young man searching for himself, Drifter shows us what it’s like to be a cis white gay man in Berlin at a specific moment in time.
In the unfocused but well-meaning Superpower, Sean Penn and Aaron Kaufman find themselves right in the middle of the Russo-Ukrainian War.
Episode 5 of Apple TV+’s Shrinking teaches us that it’s ok to feel stuck, and that we can get better if we do the work and open up to those who care about us.
Why is it important for Titanic’s story to be told from Old Rose’s point of view? Let’s take a look at the film’s narrative frame and how it improves the movie overall.
Episode 4 of Apple TV+’s Shrinking gives us singing in cars, potatoes, confrontations, and new dynamics between our characters.