Its earnest, fact-based approach helps lay the foundation for a gripping, beautiful postcard from a part of the country that was badly hurt.
Review: A SUNDAY IN THE COUNTRY
It transported me to a rural France in 1912 and I never wanted to leave that place.
Review: BLUE VELVET
David Lynch finds a way to deliver real tension alongside all the startlingly odd ideas in his mind.
Review: THE KINGDOM
The show began in a somewhat controlled fashion, but soon got increasingly crazier.
Review: THE DISSIDENT
Tension, engaging interviews and unique footage; very well-crafted and visually arresting.
Review: THE FATHER
One of its great achievements is that it increases people’s understanding of what it’s like to live with dementia.
Review: SMALL AXE
This TV anthology is an invaluable document by Steve McQueen.
Quick Take: SWEAT
Anchored by Magdalena Kolesnik’s performance, and the world of influencers is perfect fodder for this type of story.