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  • Natural Light (Természetes fény)

    The Russian Winter has defeated some of the most formidable armies of tyrants throughout history....

  • Tides

    To describe the storyline of Tides might be a bit disorienting. The plot itself isn’t...

  • The Fam (La Mif)

    This excellent, if dramatically overburdened realist drama has the quality of texture: the lives of...

  • Ted K

    Packed with cinematic tricks (cuts, fades, tilted angles: the lot!) and led by Sharlto Copley’s...

  • I’m Your Man (Ich bin dein Mensch)

    Silver Bear winner for Best Leading Performance for Maren Eggert If you could design a...

  • Nebenan (Next Door)

    Daniel Brühl supposedly sends himself up in this sly and insinuating two-hander, which is part...

  • Fabian – Going to the Dogs

    Dominik Graf’s German Berlinale Competition entry is based on the 1931 book Fabian by Erich Kästner,...

  • We (Nous)

    This tender, affecting film threads together the apparently disparate lives and stories of people in...

  • Language Lessons

    This sincerely felt, fundamentally misguided film amounts to a lockdown exercise for bored actors. Natalie...

  • Moon, 66 Questions

    This promising domestic drama about a young woman reconnecting with her ailing parent has an...