In both films, death both threatens to throw a society into disarray and serves as a possible corrective for corruption.
An essential entry in early-‘80s independent American cinema, Suburbia receives a radical Blu-ray upgrade from Shout! Factory.
No fan or cinephile’s knowledge of the giallo would be complete without seeing Luciano Ercoli’s film.
Arrow Films brings three of director Mohsen Makhmalbaf’s films to vivid life with The Poetic Trilogy.
Criterion resurrects the film with a luminous restoration, pairing it with a helpful handful of extras on its production and legacy.
The supplements on Kino’s Blu-ray offer a robust spectrum of perspectives on both Grace Jones as a performer and the film itself.
Alison McAlpine’s documentary lacks urgency beyond its persistent pondering of the sky’s eternal mysteries.
Fans of João Pedro Rodrigues’s breakout film will wish for a more definitive transfer and generous heaping of supplements.
A lovely Blu-ray transfer, but those hoping for any contextual supplements about the film’s complex politics or adaptation will be left wanting.
The cumulative effect of the film’s realist approach reinforces the unsparing nature of international conflict.