A powerful ensemble of teenagers are disposable lords of war in Landes’ visually striking but haunting thriller.
Despite its frozen heart, Pawlikowski’s period love-affair entices with cinematic elegance.
The fallen star remains spectrally elusive despite Macdonald’s probing, solemn approach.
Sauvaire’s rendering of Billy Moore’s prison memoir depicts a fight for survival and recovery with suffocating, unflinching intensity.
Van Leeuw’s tense chamber piece locks us into a collapse of family and society with painful, uncompromising honesty.
Tucci’s angle on eccentric artist Alberto Giacometti is one of the most inspired biopics in recent years.
A quiet, sweet reflection on life choices, Kore-eda’s latest film is a more thoughtful and engaging piece than some of his previous work.