Night Moves

Film Journal For Independent Cinema

Specialising in innovative films of cultural significance

Latest Reviews

  • Night Moves

    Kelly Reichardt

    Kelly Reichardt's fifth feature unfolds at the borders of nature and culture where three eco warriors blow up a hydroelectric dam.

  • Two Days, One Night

    Jean-Pierre Dardenne and Luc Dardenne

    Laissez- faire economics has seldom looked more ugly than in the Dardenne Bros' quietly powerful and vital new feature where an ordinary worker is set to lose her job unless her colleagues forgo their bonuses.

  • Wakolda (aka ‘The German Doctor’)

    Lucía Puenzo

    Lucía Puenzo's chilling new drama has Josef Mengele living with an Argentine family, oblivious to his true identity.

  • The Rover

    David Michôd

    David Michôd's dystopian road movie dissects a brutal Social Darwinism when the tables turn on a society that becomes the victim of its own ideology.

  • Mood Indigo

    Michel Gondry

    Gondry's adaptation of Boris Vian's surreal/absurd 1947 novel, 'L'Ecume des Jours', loses momentum after a lively opening.

  • Joe

    David Gordon Green

    A triumphant return to form for David Gordon Green, who breathes new life into the increasingly worn-out southern-Gothic sub-genre with this compelling Texan mood piece, which finds compassion and brutality cohabiting in America's semi-lawless backwaters.

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