10 Questions

Those who still have an alibi looking for a day brossen: the cinema’s called the wayward mass of welcome. Mike Leigh turns the resistance a resistance higher with ‘Peterloo’.

8c79687b338f834ec6d4635b8ed9b122 - Those who still have an alibi looking for a day brossen: the cinema's called the wayward mass of welcome. Mike Leigh turns the resistance a resistance higher with ‘Peterloo’.

Geflikflooi on the court and rebellious populace: ‘The favourite’ and ‘Peterloo’ are two of the best movies you can now see. The best films now in the cinema, selected by our filmrecensent Jeroen Struys.

1

Roma

Mexican masterpiece.


It belongs to the family, but is visible, no part of that. She stands one step higher than the dog, of whom they are the feces have to clean up. It may look as when the whole family together for tv, but next to the seat, on the floor. With great feeling for nuance and vivid images brings the Mexican “oscar” Italian Alfonso Cuarón is an ode to his nanny. Hauntingly beautiful and heartbreakingly good. Reviewer Ruben Aerts informed, quite rightly, a maximum number of stars.

Netflixers can watch the film from Friday from the comfort of their own office. That is fine for anyone not in the cinema hit, for whatever reason. But take it from us: it wants you on the big screen. And the good news is that can also.

to the review >

2

Girl

Loftrompet for pirouette.


Is this the biggest names Flemish debut ever? A girl wants to be ballerina, but still her man’s body off to dance. This is a film that is vulnerable to dare to prepare and that also asks of the viewer.

to the review >

An interview with director Lukas Dhont >

3

The favourite

Anti-kostuumfilm.


The battle of Oudenaarde (1708) will be Yorgos Lanthimos paté foie gras being: the director of ‘Dogtooth’, ‘The lobster’ and ‘The killing of a sacred deer’ is in ‘The favourite’ only interested in geflikflooi, intrigue, and the private courtyard of Queen Anne. Actresses Emma Stone, Rachel Weisz, and Olivia Colman let all the men with wigs a poepje smell.

to the review >

4

Shoplifters

Disarming bandits.


The Golden Palm went this year to this hot movie of Japanese topper Hirokazu Kore-eda about a family in which a lack of blood compensates with affection. Once this family in his heart has closed, you would never get out.

An interview with director Kore-eda >

5

Peterloo

Rebellion.


The demonstrations are not what they have been. When in 1819 around 60,000 people took to the street for their rights in Manchester, there were fifteen deaths and several hundred serious injuries. Reviewer Ruben Aerts was there to witness: “Without a Hollywoodspektakel of, lets Mike Leigh with abandon to see how topical the past can be.”

An interview with director Mike Leigh >

to the review >

Leave a Comment