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Biennale 2015 – Afternoon (Na Ri Xiawu)
Though brandishing plenty of wit and insight, Tsai Ming-Liang's confessional Afternoon will be more accessible and be of more interest to his fans above anyone else.
Biennale 2015 – Anomalisa
Don't let the (impressive) animation fool you: Anomalisa is a mature and profoundly moving ode to human connection.
Biennale 2015 – 11 Minutes (11 minut)
Hitting the ground running and never pausing for breath, the riveting and riotous 11 Minutes is a triumph for writer/director Jerzy Skolimowski.
Biennale 2015 – A Bigger Splash
Luca Guadagnino's melodrama benefits from genuine intelligence in the direction and script, a pleasantly relaxed pace and a Ralph Fiennes performance like you've never seen before.
Biennale 2015 – De Palma
Though not the rounded portrait it claims to be, De Palma is an entertaining and pleasantly rambling chat with the director.
Biennale 2015 – El Clan
It wears its influences on its sleeve, but El Clan is still an effective mob thriller, historically inflected and full of familial strife.
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