Marshall Shaffer on Film Society of Lincoln Center’s Rendez-Vous with French Cinema 2019
“With flexible, transparent cinematography by Charles Libin, the film captures, beat by beat, moment by moment, José’s actions and movements as he bikes, makes deliveries and encounters his boss, friends and customers.”
Marshall Shaffer’s Selections for Rendez-Vous with French Cinema (March 8-18, 2018)
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Julia Yepes Interviews Director Philippe Garrel
“De Sica has mentioned ‘The Shining’ and ‘Dead Poets Society’ as influences, and ‘Children of the Night’ is at its best when it favors the former.”
“Sleek visuals and cryptic dialogue aren’t enough to save a film that’s essentially a truncated season of ‘House of Cards.'”
“‘Indivisible’ is a fantastically imaginative coming-of-age tale, an opera of sweeping creativity and a universal human love story.”
Alejandra Rosenberg Interviews Richard Peña
“It only took three decades for ‘RoboCop’ to go from a sci-fi thought experiment to prescient documentary. What do the next few hold?”