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BFI London Film Festival 2020 Review - THE SALT IN OUR WATERS

the salt in our waters review
A young artist relocates to coastal Bangladesh to practice his art, but in doing so up-turns the local community's age-old customs and taboos.

BFI London Film Festival 2020 Review - THE INTRUDER

the intruder review
A singer/dubbing artist's life is impacted by strange forces following a traumatic incident.

BFI London Film Festival 2020 Review - 180° RULE

180° Rule review
When her husband suddenly forbids her from attending a wedding, an Iranian teacher makes a choice that will place her on a painful path to atonement.

BFI London Film Festival 2020 Review - SIBERIA

siberia review abel ferrara
Retreating to a remote wilderness, a man experiences a series of hallucinations.

BFI London Film Festival 2020 Review - SHADOW COUNTRY

shadow country review
In the years preceding and following WWII, a village on the Czech/Austrian border turns on itself.

New to Digital/DVD/Blu-Ray - LITTLE JOE

little joe review
Scientists develop a plant whose scent becomes addictive for those exposed to it.

Now On Netflix - YOU WERE NEVER REALLY HERE

you were never really here review
A violent security officer is tasked with retrieving a politician's kidnapped daughter.

London Film Festival 2019 Review - WAVES

waves review
The trials and tribulations of an African-American family in Southern Florida.

London Film Festival 2018 Review - DRAGGED ACROSS CONCRETE

dragged across concrete review
Once two overzealous cops get suspended from the force, they must delve into the criminal underworld to get their just due.

London Film Festival 2018 Review - SCHOOL'S OUT

school's out film review
A substitute teacher takes a position at a prestigious school following a faculty member's mysterious suicide.

London Film Festival 2018 Review - THE NIGHTSHIFTER

the nightshifter review
A morgue attendant who can communicate with the dead learns a troubling truth regarding his marriage.

London Film Festival 2018 Review - GREEN BOOK

green book film review
In 1960s America, a black pianist hires a white man to act as his driver/bodyguard on a tour of the South.