An insight into the creative process in the face of loss
A parade of excitement and repentance and grief
A fascinating and hypnotic debut.
It’s a deeply personal film, moving and necessary
Very impressive and equally immersive
A rare two hours of unadulterated optimism
A wonderful quality of magic and innocence
A tense 90 minutes
A unique example of filmmaking.
Begins with a throat slitting and ends with something much worse
A very gentle study
A fine adaptation of a Scottish classic
A brilliantly unconventional documentary.
One of the best films of this year
A lack of consistency stops it from reaching perfection
Both the images and accompanying music were full of motion
Corbijn takes on James Dean.