Your Independent Movie Guide
| April 12, 2019
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Filmed in faded tones, as if anticipating the arrival of World War I, “Villa Des Roses” in itself feels faded. Characters wonder, laugh, and talk, but...
Subversive satirist Mads Brugger's latest is an odd-couple comedy about the pitfalls of striking out into the economic frontier; it charts two hapless...
A woman appears out of a complete darkness wearing a dress so white that it hurts the eyes. A sea of trees floats behind a house like waves. A man kneels...