At heart, Aquarela is a war film: a cacophonous survey of the global battle between man and water.
Throughout Caniba, there’s a singularly disquieting relationship between the filmmakers’ formal experimentation and their subject.
The most innovative film of the decade comes to home video as the reference disc from hell.
Leviathan is a titanic achievement, a visceral overload whose impact registers immediately and with great force.
The fearless documentation of the enterprise is the heart-stopping cinematic analogue to the crew’s real-world peril.