Directed by Paolo Virzì, starring Helen Mirren and Donald Sutherland, The Leisure Seeker is a beautiful on the road film about getting old and suicide. The plot is based on the novel The Leisure Seeker by Michael Zadoorian.
Directed by Edoardo Winspeare, La vita in comune is a magnifying glass over life in a small village in Puglia, Italy, named Disperata. The film maintains its true nature by having the actors act in typical “salentino”, a Puglia dialect.
The Insult is directed by Ziad Doueiri, who has been Tarantino’s camera assistant for Pulp Fiction, Jackie Brown and Reservoir Dogs. This collaboration could probably have influenced Ziad’s filming style, but he actually reveals that he didn’t think of the filming part, he just filmed.
Despite the high budget and the Special Jury Prize won at Venice Film Festival, “The Bad Batch” disappoints the expectations arose from her feature film debut, the b/w vampire western “A girl walks home alone at night”.