Living and vital, Crimes of the Future views and appeals to the transformational reality of the body in a personal yet urgent way.
Everything Everywhere All at Once explores how a structure of reality is how human consciousness in knowing or understanding metaphysics.
Burning is contemplating inwardly rather than confining in logic.
A large part of the creative process in The Color of Pomegranates is a sacrificial paradigm.
Matt Reeves makes The Batman as strikingly impressive as a variation on the same idea.
In cinema, Rashomon remains so powerful because it uses the power of sight.
Through self-references and beginnings, 8½ tells the story of the making of the film.
Cléo from 5 to 7 might occur outside the second prison in the slice of life that clocks in motion.
Pontecorvo notes that many young people view The Battle of Algiers as more balanced and deplore the FLN and French terrorist tactics.
Eyes Without a Face’s distrust of institutions reminds the audience that there is a hidden, unfocused, or terrible potential behind every layer.