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INDIA | 91 minutes | 2020
A water buffalo escapes from a remote village before it can be eaten. The villagers try to track it down and capture it. As the animal slips through every trap, the village descends into chaos. People reveal their hatred of one another and the microcosm erupts in an explosion of violence. Jallikattu is hands down one of the year’s greatest revelations. A total cinematic experience in both form and content, it’s a brutal critique of our society, of a world that collapses as soon as anything runs out. A powerful parable about what awaits us all."There’s one thing for certain: you’ve never seen a film like Jallikattu... alluring, unconscionable, and impossible to avert your eyes from" Slash film"Jallikattu results in an apocalyptic cinematic ride through hell that reveals the worst of mankind, and the best that cinema has to offer." Bloody Disgusting"Jallikattu is one of the year's biggest discoveries." Screenanarchy
Toronto Film Festival
Angamaly Diaries, Ee Maa You, Double Barell
What on earth is the meaning of Finland’s most famous painting The Wounded Angel, created by Hugo Simberg in an insane asylum in 1903? Here’s a movie...
FINLAND, FRANCE | 89 minutes | 2018
Xawery Zulawski directs his late father’s last script, finalized just before he died. This is a two-headed film about the revival of fascism in the West;...
POLAND | 138 minutes | 2019
Quentin Dupieux’s latest is a serial-killer film about a jacket that wants to kill all other jackets and its unhinging effect on its owner. What starts...
FRANCE | 77 minutes | 2019
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