The fourth film by the British director is a deeply disturbing and suffocating look at complicity, loosely based on Martin Amis' novel
The Irreversible director changes lanes for a gentler examination of one's final years that still packs the blunt force of his best work
Tom Holland and Daisy Ridley star in a bland sci-fi western, set on a planet where it's possible to hear other people's thoughts
This inspired exercise in the power of staging and editing, set within a series of Swiss apartments, is equal parts comic and heartbreaking
Bohdan Sláma's film about a village on the Czech-Austrian border in the years before, during and after WW2 is bleak but gripping
All the movies worth catching in the capital, from a new Scorsese classic to a Victorian flight of fantasy...
Isabella Eklöf's brilliant debut feature subverts expectations with a complex portrait of a trophy girlfriend abroad