Potiche (2011)

François Ozon’s Potiche feels for all the world like it’s adapted from a 1970s European stage farce. And it is. And it turns out that’s a good thing. Broad, silly and colorful but with a feminist edge that’s still sharp enough to cut, it’s a light (but not slight) romp of a time capsule almost (read…)

Carlos (2010)

“My name is Carlos. You may have heard of me.” – Edgar Ramirez in Olivier Assayas’ Carlos (This review refers to the 3-part, 330 minute version of Carlos. A 166 minute version is also available) Olivier Assayas’ epic Carlos is a long but always fascinating ride that paints an entertaining and occasionally thrilling gloss on (read…)

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