Tagged Matthias Schoenaerts

TIFF Review: A Hidden Life (Malick, 2019)

When there is evil before our eyes, it is astonishing to witness firsthand how some people either ignore it or twist it into something beneficial to themselves. A character in Terrence Malick’s latest epic asks lamentably why it is no one sees this evil before them (i.e. the Nazis), but perhaps it’s not a question…

Red Sparrow (Lawrence, 2018)

I don’t have much to say about Red Sparrow, so I’ll keep this review fairly short. With Russia being in the news so often now, a film like this was bound to come along eventually: one that essentially paints the country as a terrorist state which trains an arsenal of espionage agents to do its bidding.…