An in depth review of The Pleasure of Being Robbed (2008), the feature debut of dir. Josh Safdie, and its odd origins as a handbag commercial for Kate Spade.
In memory of Bruno Ganz, I wrote about one of his most iconic roles as an angel in love in Wim Wender’s astonishing masterpiece.
A staggering meditation on loneliness, womanhood, and the American West from master director Kelly Reichardt.
This thrilling masterpiece mixes the wild inventiveness of The Twilight Zone with the existential intensity a Bergman film.