A German house, circa 1970s. Time stands still. Can one damaged family shed the weight of history to move forward?
Alvart’s remake touches deeply on issues of class, nation, and morality.
Ever wonder why the system doesn’t work so well? Because it was never designed to— not for everybody.
Two nurses, one old and one young, go head-to-head in a battle of flawed moralities.
A family film-making team turns a familiar tale into a creepy, otherworldly, and intensely emotional journey.
The Quarry’s only just mediocre, but still has important things it’s trying to say.
Justin Kurzel adapts Peter Carey’s groundbreaking novel into a stunningly queer deconstruction of masculinity and nationalism.
A woman faces a violent past when it collides with her violent present.
Against all odds, Father Gore gives you 50(+) of his favourite films this decade had to offer.
The truth about Elliot is finally revealed
Elliot grapples with a surreal new world around him
Elliot tries to stop Whiterose. But can he?