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by - Rex Reed - 11 November 2015

An Enchanting New Documentary Examines Ingrid Bergman
The last time I saw Ingrid Bergman, she was sitting on my living room floor, eating dinner off the coffee table. Some friends on a lower floor had graciously loaned her their apartment while she was in town to consult an army of cancer doctors.

by - 22 October 2015

The surreal world of 'The Lobster' director Yorgos Lanthimos
In the gently surreal, dystopian parable of 'The Lobster', which stars Colin Farrell and Rachel Weisz, being single is a crime, and offenders must find a partner or be transformed into an animal. Greek director Yorgos Lanthimos spoke to Jason Di Rosso.

by - Richard Roeper - 21 September 2015

‘Sicario': The dark reality of the war on drugs
When we talk about “the war on drugs” there’s an implication two clearly established armies are engaged in battle and eventually one will prevail. Nonsense. The war is over, and drugs won, and now we’re just trying to prevent the fire from consuming us.

by - Geoffrey Macnab - 11 September 2015

Irrational Man, film review: Murder most breezy in a Woody Allen comedy with bite
Irrational Man is one of Woody Allen's most disconcerting films of recent times – a very dark story told in a breezy and playful way.With its jazzy soundtrack and Darius Khondji's richly coloured cinematography of autumnal Rhode Island, the film at first seems like a typical slither of a late...

by - Justin Chang - 24 May 2015

Cannes: Jacques Audiard’s ‘Dheepan’ Wins Palme d’Or
French auteur Jacques Audiard’s “Dheepan,” an intimately observed, mostly Tamil-language drama about a makeshift family of Sri Lankan refugees in Paris, was the unexpected winner of the Palme d’Or at the 68th annual Cannes Film Festival on Sunday night.