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by - A. O. Scott - 26 February 2014

Therapist and Patient, Odd and Charming
As played by Benicio Del Toro — flattening vowels, biting at consonants, pushing his tall, square frame though postures of graceful anguish — Jimmy Picard, a World War II veteran and a member of the Blackfoot Indian tribe, is the picture of a noble soul in torment. He is both charismatic and...

by - 13 January 2014

Italo Film Industry Elated About
The Italian film industry is predictably elated about Paolo Sorrentino’s “The Great Beauty” scooping the Golden Globe for best foreign film, which comes twenty-five years after Italy won its last Golden Globe, for Giuseppe Tornatore’s  “Cinema Paradiso,” in 1989, which that year...

by - 26 February 2014

Jane Campion to Lead Jury at Cannes Film Festival
Oscar winner Jane Campion will lead the jury at the 67th Cannes Film Festival. The New Zealand director is the first, and still only, woman to have won Cannes' top prize, the Palme d'Or. She won in 1993 for The Piano, sharing the prize ex aequo with Kaige Chen's Farewell My Concubine.

by - Peter Bradshaw - 5 December 2013

Nebraska - review
Payne hits the road again with Nebraska, an unsentimental journey featuring Bruce Dern and Will Forte as Woody and David, an elderly father and middle-aged son taking a very uncomfortable road trip together. It is a story of bittersweet pathos, comedy and regret, recalling the indie cinema of...

by - A. O. SCOTT - 25 October 2013

For a While, Her Life Is Yours
“Blue Is the Warmest Color” is a feverish, generous, exhausting love story, the chronicle of a young woman’s passage from curiosity to heartbreak by way of a wrenching and blissful attachment to another, slightly older woman. Although there is plenty of weeping and sighing, the methods of...