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MOVIESThe Unknown Girl (La fille inconnue)
Shot in bleached-out blues and greys in an overcast, sombre landscape that never seems to lighten, the tone is melancholy, low key yet also as suspenseful and compelling as a whodunnit.Toni Erdmann
Toni Erdmann, though a slow-burn, is ultimately insightful with a few farcical laugh-out-loud moments.Prevenge
Lowe has created a uniquely quirky filmmaking niche and it's a film that could only have been made with a woman's sensibility with its underlying theme of the fear that expecting a baby means that there's been a "hostile takeover" of her body.
AT HOMETime Regained
Raúl Ruiz's ambitious film looks and sounds resplendent on Kimstim's Blu-ray, highlighting the intricate art direction, cinematography, and sound mixing that make the film one of boldest literary adaptations ever made.The Last Movie
Arbelos offers a landmark restoration of a raw, self-devouring work of auto-critical cinema that was decades ahead of its time. MoreInstant Family
The sentiment is sincere and the message is refreshingly earnest. Instant Family touches your funny bone as well as your heart.