FIFF2020 Review – ‘Une Vie Démente’

Belgian directors Ann Sirot and Raphaël Balboni‘s first feature length film, ‘Madly In Life‘ (aka ‘Une Vie Démente‘) has a way of blending genres with their surroundings, sometimes letting actions and exteriors speak louder than words. Their tragicomedy makes a worst case scenario feel much lighter where these types of subjects usually get turned into […]

Fantasia International Film Festival Review – ‘Sanzaru’

Sanzaru, Japanese, noun – three wise monkeys (who “see no evil, hear no evil, and speak no evil”), a concept that one can interpret as a denial of unwanted truths. Xia Magnus‘ debut feature intertwines spirits from the past and the now, transcending beyond Western borders. Evelyn (Aina Dumlao – ‘Introverts‘), a young Filipina caretaker, […]