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| 118 minutes | 2018
After Berberian Sound Studio and The Duke of Burgundy, Peter Strickland, the new darling of English cinema, is back with an amazing exercise in surreal filmmaking. Here, he has made a particularly formal genre film, a fantastic, dreamlike, nightmarish tale about a murderous red dress from a scary clothing store (imagine the Galeries Lafayette version Transylvanian Carpathians). It’s a surprisingly deep reflection on the fascination our society has with beauty. A vampire movie without vampires, it’s body and soul dedicated to fantasy...Presented by Fantasia
2018 In Fabric 2018 The Field Guide to Evil (segment "The Cobblers' Lot") 2014 The Film That Buys the Cinema (Documentary) 2014 The Duke of Burgundy 2014 Björk: Biophilia Live (Documentary) 2012 Berberian Sound Studio 2009 Katalin Varga
There’s no question: in terms of new cinema, Bertrand Mandico sets the bar high. There’s also no question that on the heels of The Wild Boys (screened...
FRANCE | 118 minutes | 2018
Quentin Dupieux (Rubber, Réalité, Wrong Cops) is back, and it’s one unhinged laugh after another. Here he reworks Claude Miller’s Garde à vue in a...
FRANCE , Belgium | 118 minutes | 2018
Arnarstrapi, Iceland. In a Cabaret, a woman master of ceremonies performs an esoteric coloscopy act with a strange organic camera. The images of the camera...
FRANCE | 118 minutes | 2013
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