Permanently sleep-deprived, as he absorbs either westerns or new adventure cinema at night. A big fan of the acting skills of James Dean and Jimmy Stewart, and the beauty of Ryan Gosling and Elle Fanning. He is also interested in American and French literature, as well as soccer.
IN THE REARVIEW. Touching and Straightforward Documentary
As a historical record of the crime committed against the Ukrainian nation, such films are practically priceless.
SOMETIMES I THINK ABOUT DYING. Melancholic Romantic Comedy Starring Daisy Ridley [REVIEW]
Lambert’s film will find its most faithful, most devoted viewers among those who break a sweat at the thought of making a phone call to customer...
NEXT GOAL WINS. The Art of Losing [REVIEW]
Fortunately in life, just like in football, there is always a second half. Alternatively, a rematch on your own field.
THE LIFE AQUATIC WITH STEVE ZISSOU. Wes Anderson 's maritime adventure
Bill Murray, a long-time collaborator and close friend of the director of Isle of Dogs, who has been accompanying him since Rushmore (1998), plays the...
THE FRENCH DISPATCH. Wes Anderson in a top cinematic form
Each of the stories is humorous, engaging, and leaves a very distinct mark in the viewer’s memory. Each one is told in a slightly different...
FREESTYLE. Uncut Gem [REVIEW]
Bochniak’s film is first and foremost patronized by the Safdie brothers.
AN OFFICER AND A SPY. "It's a shame to be French"
When it comes to Polanski’s filmography, An Officer and a Spy seems to have the most in common with The Ghost Writer.