An In-Depth Look at the Lesser-Known Titles at TIFF 2019

It’s that time of year again when the Toronto International Film Festival unveils its line-up and this year more than ever seems to be an incredible assembly of talented filmmakers and even better movies! Each year has its fair share of niche films that fly under the radar. I will take a closer look at a handful of these right here, right now! Continue reading An In-Depth Look at the Lesser-Known Titles at TIFF 2019

Anna (Review)

Luc Besson is best known for his hit pre-2000 films such as Léon: The Professional, The Big Blue, and The Fifth Element. In 2019 Besson released his latest film, Anna, a no-trills thriller set between a variety of beautiful locations such as Paris and Moscow. And at the epicentre we have Anna¸ an undercover KGB agent with a licence to kill indiscriminately. The star is our light-blonde Anna Poliatova (Sasha Luss) on the streets of 1990’s Soviet Moscow selling matryoshka dolls, before long she is snapped up by a scout for a model agency based in Paris. Within a blink of … Continue reading Anna (Review)