In Zoe, you see the honeymoon phase but not the emotional intimacy that makes a relationship last.
John Curran creates room for his characters to think and feel and an environment that encourages us to do the same.
Brad Anderson’s Beirut shows how espionage might appeal to the sort of masochist who’s also an adrenaline addict.
The film shows how the political becomes personal, how cycles of abuse and intolerance can knock a life off its axis.
Director Pat Collins’s approach to visual composition is more interesting in theory than practice.
Professor Marston and the Wonder Woman is a film about eroticism and passion that is neither erotic nor passionate.