“Everything Is Illuminated”, a movie directed by Liev Schreiber, is a tragicomic, virtuosic tale about searching for people and places that no longer exist. It’s about looking for truth. And – last but not least – about looking for...
Yorgos Lanthimos in his latest movie “The Favourite” takes us back to XVIII century. England is at war with France, but the camera doesn’t go to the battle field; on the contrary – it stays where the queen Anne...
Hell that really scares is not scary at all. It’s a well-organised place, which demands from its tenants the unlimited imagination – they wouldn’t survive if they weren’t able to turn it into paradise. Hell is tight and because...
Donnie Darko (amazing Jake Gyllenhaal) is a typical oversensitive, who agrees neither for conformism nor for seeing the world in black & white colours. He knows that the reality is not flat and that life is not constructed as...
Monty Python's movie, “Life of Brian” directed by Terry Jones, is an iconoclastic satire that deconstructs and makes fun of both religion and Hollywood stereotypes that are present and duplicated in films about biblical topics. We came back to...
“Cat on a Hot Tin Roof” tells a story of what a family celebration  can turn into if each of its participants is provoked to take up the last fight in life for: money, dignity, love, passion, and –...
What do you do when your true love leaves? A whip-poor-will from M. Ward’s song says that he only has one trick up in his sleeve – singing his sad song over and over till the one he loves...
Woody Harrelson thinks that ‘Natural Born Killers’ is really a misunderstood romantic comedy. Well... if we forget about the whole bloody masquerade, which seems to be a huge caricature of the tradition of action cinema, we will get a...
All cities, just like people, have many different faces and bipolar nature – they are driven by both – consciousness and subconscious, light and darkness. Nevertheless, Robert Rodriguez,...
Norman Jewison, the director of the musical “Fiddler on the Roof”, takes us for a trip to the little village of Anatevka in the pre-revolutionary Russia of the Czars, where Jews and Orthodox Christian live. It’s the beginning of...

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