Neru, as a movie, doesn’t invent anything new. It feels like a safe bet.
Inside the Yellow Cocoon Shell portrays Vietnam like we have never seen before as a character in a film that is visually beautiful, mysterious and awe inspiring in its cinematic experience.
Fallen Leaves is a film that is unique, refreshing and a simple watch that will leave you wanting more from the world of Aki Kaurismäki.
Before Spring captures the essence of human connection and the power of affinity, reminding us of the importance of adapting to change in our daily lives.
Thadavu's stripped-down, devoid of melodramatic feel is brought to life in a raw and engaging manner, balancing emotions with subtle nuances.
Set on the fringes of the cut-throat corporate world, it takes us deep into the interiors of the rundown sales office, across the street from the Chinese restaurant.
Footprints on Water gain creditable cinematic points for providing a bleak window into a hidden and unknown world with brutal honesty.
Powered by stunning performances, Devashish Makhija's Joram is a delicately curated must-see piece of cinema.