Konstanty Kuzma argues that Miklós Jancsó's problematic film from 2002 points to his artistic arrogance.
Zaza Rusadze’s debut feature oscillates between truth and phantasy, ultimately unable to stand on firm ground.
This problematic film nominally deals with Georgia’s past, and is stylistically heavily inspired by Cristian Mungiu.
In this Yugoslav production from 1980, a young man joins the partisans in their struggle against the Nazis.
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