Freitag, 16. Juli 2010
6 Geheimtipps, die das FFF übersehen hat

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THE ILLUSIONIST (Sylvain Chomet)

"Five years in the making, master animator Sylvain Chomet’s follow-up to THE TRIPLETS OF BELLEVILLE deploys superb hand-drawn imagery to bring to life an unproduced screenplay the late Tati finished in 1959. Told with no dialogue but carried along by deeply evocative sound design, this visually rewarding film’s timeless, near-universal appeal should translate to widespread critical praise and art house play." (Lisa Nesselson, Screen Daily)

KABOOM (Gregg Araki)

"A hyper-hip mix of BUFFY, TWIN PEAKS and DONNIE DARKO, featuring a super hot cast, this one really has to be seen to be believed. [...] A surreal mash-up of styles, sexuality, supernatural and sci-fi genres, and featuring the funniest and most fabulous dialogue in ages, file this one under instant cult classic." (Alan Jones, Fright Fest)

LIGHTS OUT (Fabrice Gobert)

"Bla Bla Bla" (Sam Ashurst, Total Film)

A SERBIAN FILM (Srdjan Spasojevic)

"Practically unreleasable in its current state, A SERBIAN FILM feels like a giant, screaming exclamation point of a film [...]. I think the film is tragic, sickening, disturbing, twisted, absurd, infuriated, and actually quite intelligent. There are those who will be unable (or unwilling) to decipher even the most basic of 'messages': buried within A SERBIAN FILM, but I believe it's one of the most legitimately fascinating films I've ever seen. I admire and detest it at the same time. And I will never watch it again. Ever." (Scott Weinberg,

WINTER'S BONE (Debra Granik)

"For once a Sundance winner lives up to the hype: the gripping WINTER'S BONE is a backwoods teenage girl's HIGH NOON." (Nick James, Sight & Sound)

Wären auch spannend gewesen: The Life and Death of a Porno Gang, Primal, Red White and Blue, The Housemaid, Animal Kingdom

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