A monologue on love and relationships, the words of Tolstoj’s wife are so modern and contemporary it almost hurts.
The three key characters, next to Cate Blanchett, in Tar by Todd Fields reveal themselves.
Patricia Clarkosn tells us about his intense and vivid portrait of a dyng woman in Andrea poallaoro’s Monica, at the Venice festival.
An astonishing film, strong and simple, with a masterful performance of Brendan Fraser. A must-see.
Laura Dern on The son: When love is not enough.
Guadagnino: Bones and All is about impossible love, about the disenfranchised, and about the dream of finding a home.”
A chat with the lead actor in Paul Schrader’s new film.
Cate Blanchett on creating Lydia Tár and never judging her characters.
Greta Gerwig on how the film, based on Don De Lillo’s 1985 book, talks about today’s world.
The portrait of a woman nad her family of men in contemporary Iran.