The film uses an inexperienced cast to depict life on the margins.
Naturalistic makeup gives weight and potency to Ali Abbasi’s touching fantasy about a troll who polices the Swedish border.
Abdellatif Kechiche’s follow-up to Blue is the Warmest Colour is proving to be just as controversial as his last film.
You could play a round of cliché bingo to the biopic, but there is a dark side to lionising the US supreme court justice.
Pike’s tenacity, swagger and depth are astonishing.
“More than a billion and a half people just watched that. And at this very moment they’re trying to make sense of it.”
Standfirst: In this James Baldwin adaptation, Jenkins’s knack for finding visual equivalents for literary pleasures exceeds expectations.
Black Panther was the first time I had seen a black person as “a good guy” in comics. It was in his honour, age five, I drew my first superhero character: Captain Jamaica.
Lee Chang-dong's adaptation of a Haruki Murakami story explores an enigmatic relationship on the border of North Korea.
Audience defensiveness on the part of the accused isn’t really about the accused at all. It’s about protecting the work.
Plus: our review of Green Book.