A pathological liar and serial impersonator insinuates himself into the grieving family of a missing child. Lillie Davidson reviews Bart Layton’s fascinating true story of deceit and self-deception.
Paolo Sorrentino’s study of an eccentric is a portrait of a deeply unlikeable character’s awakening in a cynical and self-indulgent film, says Lillie Davidson.
Very loosely based on Thomas Hardy’s ‘Tess of the D’Urbervilles’, Michael Winterbottom’s TRISHNA transposes the tragic romance to the vibrant, racy setting of India.
From literary success to stage sensation: the question is whether WAR HORSE can pack the same emotional punch on the silver screen. The answer for Steven Spielberg is yes and no according to Lillie Davidson.
Who knew the film that everyone would be talking about at the beginning of 2012 would be a silent movie? Sophisticated and daring, hilarious and heartbreaking, this work of art will leave you lost for words.
An ode to Chaplin. Deepak Verma’s comedic, feel-good short film is set in the aftermath of the 2001 earthquake, and the Charlie Chaplin cult that ensued with the intention to bring back laughter.