Agata Kulesza

Film Review: Cold War (Poland, 2018) is a dryly amusing, dramatically concise and romantically passionate epic

December 24, 2018

It seems that autobiographical stories that stem from the lives of film directors are in the spotlight in terms of critical acclaim lately. There are great films out there like the Spanish family drama by Carla Simon, Summer 1993; the relationship comedy-drama by Tamara Jenkins, Private Life; the semi-autobiographical rom-com by Eva Vives, All About […]

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Film Review: The Innocents (Poland/France, 2016) is a remarkable, must-see film

May 2, 2017

Films based on true events are often met with a mixed response; audience left to question the validity of the liberties its filmmakers have taken. Though it can render some films as potentially predictable or even unbelievable, others can be inspiring and heart-wrenching. In the case of The Innocents, we find cinema that belongs to the latter camp; quietly powerful, […]

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