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With a visually beautiful opening sequence in which a small child (interestingly the real-life daughter of screenwriter/director Carlos Raygadas) speaks to a group of animals: dogs, horses, cows and the like, in the falling twilight as ominous storm clouds gather and thunder and lightening shake the distant horizon Post Tenebrous Lux is a filmic exploration of the contrasting darkness and light of life. The Latin title, which translated roughly means “After darkness comes light”, is a direct reference to the ... Read full review »
A strangely comic Italian drama about a fishmonger’s obsession with reality TV Reality is almost a twisted fairytale, with the mostly loveable but considerably pitiable hero fighting against the odds to achieve his dream; but this is far from a Disney story and the psychological intensity of Luciano (our fishmonger played by Aniello Arena) is layered in a forceful darkness that has the potential to boil over into the most unpleasant of consequences. Managing to avoid the conventions of a social commentary Reality ... Read full review »