THE SHELTERING SKY BLU RAY REVIEW

In the realm of Bernardo Bertolucci THE SHELTERING SKY, American naivety is framed as American vulnerability. When travellers Port and Kit Moresby (John Malkovich and Debra Winger) arrive in Algeria, its with a... Read More...

Novecento (1900) Blu Ray review

The life of a two friends living in a small town in Italy. One is from a wealthy, landowning family. His life will be rich with excess, money and power. Sex and drugs will be his vice. The other is from a poor ... Read More...

Me and You Review

Bernardo Bertolucci returned to Cannes Film Festival last year with his first film since 2003's The Dreamers; Me and You. The film is a relatively low-key affair, set in few locations and apart from a few scenes at the start and at the end, is pretty much a two hander between half siblings, Olivia (Tea Falco) and Lorenzo (Jacopo Olmo Antinori). This may be a far cry from the 1972 Last Tango in Paris, but there is more to this heartfelt reflection than initially meets the eye.