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[NYFF Review] Certified Copy

Abbas Kiarostami films are a true delight for those familiar with his deliberately slow and restrained style (10, The Taste Of Cherry Blossoms) which is fil...

[NYFF Review] Of Gods and Men

In 1996, a group of French Cistercian monks residing in Tibhirine, Algeria were kidnapped and then later killed, supposedly when negotiations broke down between the French government and the terrorist group. Based on factual events Xavier Beauvois' Of Gods & Men (Des hommes et des dieux) examines the decision by the monks to remain in the war-torn country, even after being threatened by Islamic extremists....

[NYFF Review] LENNONYC

John Lennon, too many, is the most influential musician of the last century. He led the one of the most iconic bands of all time into the history books and ...

[NYFF Review] The Robber

The Robber is a adrenaline pumping heist film that chronicles the infamous true life crime spree of Austrian marathon runner 'Pump-gun Ronnie' who on an end...

[NYFF Review] Poetry

There is an undeniable charm to Lee Chang Dong's Poetry which examines the life of an elderly woman attempting to learn the art of writing poetry before she...

[NYFF Review] Carlos

Olivier Assayas’ 5 and a half hour epic Carlos is a cold, calculated and brutal opening to a film that, in many ways, is just that....