Perhaps the most compelling aspect of Cozarinsky’s story, both within the film and beyond it, is how circuitous his and his parents’ geographical trajectories have been.
The Nun is a timeless story about a girl who’s sent against her will to a convent as a tenuous, quick fix to her precarious place in life.
Films about the not-so-great outdoors pervade this year’s festival.
As fundamental to The Island of St. Matthews as the landscape may be, the faces reign supreme.
Second only to Leone, Sergio Corbucci is the king of the spaghetti western.