Tag Archives: Belgium

Amer (Hélène Cattet, Bruno Forzani, 2009)

What this film–a self-conscious nearly-silent tripartite-structured homage to giallo–captures best about the genre is its depiction of the intimate rendezvous between flesh and inanimate objects. While the film provides ample indicators of the horror-thriller (leather and lace choke skin, razor … Continue reading

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Left Bank (Linkeroever) (Pieter Van Hees, 2008)

For a film which opens with a sequence wherein a young woman examines a set of mysterious blueprints, and which often uses camera tracking and tilting to ogle the ominous sight/site of three looming apartment monoliths, it should come as … Continue reading

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