Six very different films that got my attention in August 2015.
For almost 50 years Woody Allen has been making films that explore the existential despair that there is no greater meaning to life beyond immediate
It is a pity the title An American in Paris had already been taken because it would have suited Midnight in Paris, a film about
Seinfeld co-creator and Curb Your Enthusiasm creator and actor Larry David plays Boris Yelnikoff, a self-proclaimed genius who was almost nominated for a Nobel Prize.
A chance encounter in Nantes leads to a romantic dinner between Émilie (Julie Gayet) and Gabriel (Michaël Cohen). Both are in relationships but are drawn
After the triumph of last year’s brilliantly nihilistic Match Point Woody Allen returns to very familiar ground with Scoop. Again set in London, Scoop is