REVIEWS: This represents our journey through the many days of the Melbourne International Film Festival.
Category: Melbourne International Film Festival
REVIEW: A 5-hour Japanese film that's worth spending time with.
REVIEW: A film that both reveals and revels in the ugly side of Australian culture.
REVIEW: Showgirls meets David Lynch. The seedy underbelly of Los Angeles has never looked so divine.
REVIEW: A focused examination of a troubling human tragedy, breathing new life into the departed by exploring the unknowable.
REVIEW: Grotesque, challenging and disturbing.
REVIEW: The type of layered and beautiful character study we've come to expect from the master Hirokazu Kore-eda.
REVIEW: A visual essay examining the nature of fear and a potted history of horror cinema.
REVIEW: It's not about the destination in this Japanese road movie.
REVIEW: A classy thriller about politics and the mob that just keeps escalating.