Barbara Majsa

Barbara Majsa
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T-Meter Title | Year
No Score Yet Amateurs (Amatörer) (2018) Gabriela Pichler is truly the megaphone of the working class, and her talent for storytelling flawlessly shines through the camera lenses. - barbaramajsa.com EDIT
Read More | Posted Mar 28, 2020
No Score Yet Exit: Leaving Extremism Behind (2018) Karen Winther's highly personal documentary paints intimate portraits of former extremists and gives a glimpse of hope that another life is possible. - barbaramajsa.com EDIT
Read More | Posted Mar 28, 2020
No Score Yet Beyond Strength (Reynir Sterki) (2017) This might be Baldvin Z's first attempt to direct a documentary, yet he manages to discuss something specific while generating a more nuanced image of Iceland. - barbaramajsa.com EDIT
Read More | Posted Mar 28, 2020
No Score Yet False Confessions (2018) It's definitely not an easy-watch, filmed mainly indoors, but it deals with an important topic in an informative and fascinating way. - barbaramajsa.com EDIT
Read More | Posted Mar 28, 2020
96% I Called Him Morgan (2017) The interviews done with Lee's friends hit a genuinely personal tone effortlessly, which is beyond doubt one of the director's greatest merits. - barbaramajsa.com EDIT
Read More | Posted Mar 21, 2020
98% The Man Without a Past (2002) M is a multilayered character. He is both an outcast and an artist, but he could be much more. He is no one and everyone, and Helsinki for him is nothing and everything. - barbaramajsa.com EDIT
Read More | Posted Feb 22, 2020
90% The Raft (2019) [T]he documentary is beautifully choreographed and genuinely hypnotizing audiovisually, and it might remind some of the viewers of The Visit (2015) by Danish filmmaker Michael Madsen. - barbaramajsa.com EDIT
Read More | Posted Feb 22, 2020
81% Play (2011) Ruben Östlund holds a mirror, and depicts Gothenburg as it is, even if this is an image that not so many people want to see. Play is based on a true story, but the social, societal and moral issues discussed in it are universal and go beyond borders. - barbaramajsa.com EDIT
Read More | Posted Dec 14, 2019