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Isabel Stevens

Isabel Stevens
Isabel Stevens's reviews only count toward the Tomatometer when published at the following Tomatometer-approved publication(s): Sight and Sound

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Rating T-Meter Title | Year Review
94% Museum Hours (2013) Emotion is often considered the enemy by experimental filmmakers, but Cohen's films depend on it. ‐ Sight and Sound
Posted Jun 15, 2016
100% Risk (2016) The film makes a overwhelming case for Assange as a political prisoner. But Poitras doesn't yield to hagiography. ‐ Sight and Sound
Posted May 23, 2016
85% Divines (2016) From the opening credits -- a grainy breakneck tour of the lives of two teenage girls who lark about, posing and dancing via vertical-aspect cameraphone footage, I had a suspicion we were onto something special. ‐ Sight and Sound
Posted May 23, 2016
89% Loving (2016) Loving's restrained drama has a strong emotional undercurrent carried by the tender bond Nichols shows between the couple. ‐ Sight and Sound
Posted May 19, 2016
94% Carol (2015) Haynes crafts a tender, devastating romance but also surveys a battleground of power and control. ‐ Sight and Sound
Posted May 22, 2015
98% Mr. Turner (2014) Leigh's film, as ever, is a spirited, intimate and funny character study, an artist biopic that avoids the trap of mythologising its subject. ‐ Sight and Sound
Posted Jan 2, 2015
2/5 8% A Thousand Kisses Deep (2011) A Thousand Kisses Deep certainly has ambitions, but the film struggles to lives up to the Leonard Cohen poem it's named after. ‐ ViewLondon
Posted Jun 12, 2012
3/5 71% Kosmos (2010) Kosmos is a bewildering and beautiful, if not entirely successful curiosity. ‐ ViewLondon
Posted Jun 12, 2012
3/5 94% Himizu (2013) An uneven film brightened with the occasional flash of social comment. ‐ ViewLondon
Posted May 30, 2012
4/5 64% Another Earth (2011) Cahill's ambitious debut uses the extraordinary astronomical spectacle at its centre as a means to explore the earthly preoccupations of his two drifting, grieving protagonists; but importantly, he also doesn't shy away from asking big questions. ‐ ViewLondon
Posted Dec 7, 2011
3/5 100% An African Election (2011) Goes behind the scenes and demonstrates a democracy dangerously on the verge of collapse. ‐ ViewLondon
Posted Nov 23, 2011
86% Submarine (2011) With its off-kilter stance, split-screen antics and musical interludes, Submarine feels very indebted to the Wes Anderson template of filmmaking, though Ayoade does temper his wackiness with the real particulars of teenage life. ‐ Sight and Sound
Posted Mar 22, 2011