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Review: It seems like this year has become a revival for Kazakhstan cinematography. To an increasing extend, European audience has possibility to contemplate central Asian cinema. “Naguima” is the third long feature that has be...

 
 
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Review:  Have you ever been a spectator at the photo-exhibition performed by the photographer himself? If not, Wim Wenders and Juliano Ribeiro Salgado granted this opportunity all the admirers of social photography. “Salt of th...

 
 
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Review: “The Tribe” is not only Cannes Critics week winner, but the first Ukrainian movie ever being presented in the competition of Cannes Film Festival. It has no spoken language, no subtitles, but even without verbal or writ...

 
 
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The taste of love is sweet; when hearts like ours meet.  I fell for you like a child; oh, but the fire went wild. – Johnny Cash, “Ring of Fire” Josh Adam’s Perspective: Let’s be honest- “love...

 
 
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Review: It’s never been that simple to make a biopic so that it’s informative, realistic and worth watching. However, every year dozens of biographical films standing out on cinema’s posters, prove that it’s not getting any eas...

 
 
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Review: Kolia (Aleksey Serebriakov) lives in a little town on the bank of Barents Sea, north part of Russia. He possesses everything that every average citizen of Pribrezhny strives for: beautiful young wife (Elena Liadova), so...