– By Kayla Muller
Category Archive: Reviews
The Swiss Institute’s retrospective of Klodin Erb’s career is daring in its scope, diversity of media, and comprehensive treatment of such a prolific and bold artist.
– By Gavin Gaebe
A movie that will leave viewers talking and reminiscing and maybe even healing from generational trauma, even when not all the loopholes and technical issues of its multiverse are solved.
Set in the background of the Irish revolution, the film plays with ideologies and metaphors that give us a candid analysis of what is friendship and being a good person.
From the opening scene containing the beautiful vocals of “Suspicious Minds,” to the ending credits, I did not take my eyes off the screen.
If you want to be absolutely baffled and confused by a movie, Tar is definitely a must watch.
What happens when a luxurious yacht in the middle of a cruise sinks, and the group of ultra-rich people on board, shipwrecked on a deserted island, needs to fight for their survival? “Triangle of Sadness,” the latest movie by Swedish director Ruben Östlund, tries to give us an answer—and without going too deep, I would add.
Spielberg’s overall sensibility is so frustratingly dull and solemn and sentimental and corny, dragging down the possibilities of his talent: he’s always been the bane of my film-loving existence. Or at least, one of the main banes.
Embark on the journey of self-hatred, revenge fantasies, “wondering what might have been,” falling in love, and “falling apart” that is Taylor Swift’s Midnights.
-By Giulia Leo
A sensory explosion in Florence at one of the oldest pharmacies in the world
-By Ilenia Reale