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      Meanwhile on Earth (2020) Barbara Majsa Carl Olsson undoubtedly proves his talent and creative vision in this somewhat bizarre piece, which comes across as restrained but humorous, dark but bright, light but heavy, weird but ordinary, mundane but spiritual…
      Posted Feb 06, 2023
      The Stranger (2017) Barbara Majsa The Stranger stretches the tapestry of the documentary genre and praises self-representation by empowering the real participants to tell their - side of the - story.
      Posted May 14, 2021
      The Disappearance of My Mother (2019) Barbara Majsa The Disappearance of My Mother is a testament to a determined woman whose essence and 'real face' no camera could ever truly capture.
      Posted Mar 06, 2021
      Drone (2014) Barbara Majsa Tonje Hessen Schei and her team attempted to address this issue from a so far neglected perspective. The film's power is definitely the series of intimate interviews done with Bryant.
      Posted Aug 23, 2020
      iHuman (2019) Barbara Majsa iHuman explores the world of AI through mainly static talking-head interviews, and it does it in an undeniably engaging, powerful and informative way.
      Posted Aug 23, 2020
      Exit: Leaving Extremism Behind (2018) Barbara Majsa Karen Winther's highly personal documentary paints intimate portraits of former extremists and gives a glimpse of hope that another life is possible.
      Posted Mar 28, 2020
      Amateurs (2018) Barbara Majsa Gabriela Pichler is truly the megaphone of the working class, and her talent for storytelling flawlessly shines through the camera lenses.
      Posted Mar 28, 2020
      Beyond Strength (2017) Barbara Majsa 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.
      Posted Mar 28, 2020
      False Confessions (2018) Barbara Majsa It's definitely not an easy-watch, filmed mainly indoors, but it deals with an important topic in an informative and fascinating way.
      Posted Mar 28, 2020
      I Called Him Morgan (2016) Barbara Majsa The interviews done with Lee's friends hit a genuinely personal tone effortlessly, which is beyond doubt one of the director's greatest merits.
      Posted Mar 21, 2020
      The Man Without a Past (2002) Barbara Majsa 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.
      Posted Feb 22, 2020
      The Raft (2018) Barbara Majsa [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.
      Posted Feb 22, 2020
      Play (2011) Barbara Majsa 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.
      Posted Dec 14, 2019
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