While not without its flaws, Capernaum is an important film in its disturbing depiction of the lot of migrants and refugees – especially children – battling to survive in unsupportive countries. Worth seeing for the startling performance of the child lead alone.
Burning is a slow-sputtering chiller of a psychological thriller from acclaimed South Korean auteur Lee Chang-dong. Mesmerising and unique.
At Eternity’s Gate features a convincing performance from a perfectly cast Willem Dafoe as Vincent Van Gogh, but is otherwise dreary and tedious, failing to emotionally engage and offering little new insight into the great artist.