TIFF '14 (Part 1)

I'VE SEEN THE FOLLOWING FILMS AT TIFF 2014:

- Breakup Buddies (Dir. Ning Hao)

- Beyond The Lights (Dir. Gina Prince-Bythewood)*

- Clouds of Sils Maria (Dir. Olivier Assayas)*

- Eden (Dir. Mia Hansen-Løve)

- The Farewell Party (Dir. Sharon Maymon, Tal Granit)*

- Force Majeure (Dir. Ruben Östlund)*

- Foxcatcher (Dir. Bennett Miller)*

- Goodnight Mommy (Dir. Veronika Franz, Severin Fiala)^

- The Judge (Dir. David Dobkin)

- The Look of Silence (Dir. Joshua Oppenheimer)*

- Men, Women & Children (Dir. Jason Reitman)

- Mommy (Dir. Xavier Dolan)*

- Maps to the Stars (Dir. David Cronenberg)

- Red Rose (Dir. Sepideh Farsi)

- Seymour: An Introduction (Dir. Ethan Hawke)*

- Tokyo Fiancée (Dir. Stefan Liberski)*

- Unlucky Plaza (Dir. Ken Kwek)

- The World of Kanako (Dir. Tetsuya Nakashima)

 

* Favorites

 

^ Additional Note: "Goodnight Mommy" is probably one of the most uncomfortable, disturbing, and twisted horror films I've seen in a long time. Last time I was "traumatized" by a horror film was when I saw Takashi Miike's "Audition" ages ago.

Kevin ShakComment