Capernaum movie review: a child’s real-life horror
Capernaum was the Alliance of Women Film Journalists’ Movie of the Week for December 7th, 2018. Read the comments from AWFJ members — including me — on why the film deserves this honor. Click here for my ranking of this and 2018’s other theatrical releases.
Film Review: Capernaum
· Capernaum, the newest film by Nadine Labaki shows just how exceptionally talented the renowned Lebanese auteur is at capturing that land that holds my heart, and hers as well. Her style is, if comparable, reminiscent of the flavour of Larry Clark’s Kids , with a dash of Paul Greengrass’s Green Zone, and many hints of Vittorio Di Sica’s brilliant Umberto D.
FILM REVIEW Capernaum review Kevin Maher Friday February 22 2019, 12.01am, The Times Zain al-Rafeea and Haita “Cedra” Izzam REX/SHUTTERSTOCK Kevin Maher Friday February 22 …
Review of Nadine Labaki’s Capernaum, released on DVD, Blu-Ray and Digital “Capernaum” means chaos, a word taken from the name of a village doomed by Jesus. It’s a fitting title for this Cannes film festival Grand Jury Prize winner, a twisted coming-of-age story
‘Capernaum’: Cannes Review
Dir: Nadine Labaki. Lebanon. 2018. 133mins. A gritty drama shot on the streets of Beirut with a cast of non-professional actors, Capernaum is a howl of protest against social injustice, a film as
Capernaum is Nadine Labaki’s heartbreaking howl of rage and compassion on behalf of innocence compromised in a hell on earth. Berlin Film Festival 2012 Berlin Film Festival 2013 Berlin Film Festival 2014 Berlin Film Festival 2015 Berlin Film Festival 2016
The opening scene of Capernaum [+ see also: trailer film profile], the third full-length film by Libanese filmmaker Nadine Labaki, in competition in the 71 st Cannes Film Festival, is somewhat shocking: a 12 year-old boy, sentenced to five years detention for stabbing “a son of a dog”, in his words, is handcuffed and hauled up in front of the judge.
Capernaum (2018) Analysis
Film Review Capernaum (2018) Analysis – Illustrates the “Power of Cinema. ” By Sushrut Gopesh August 13, 2020 Facebook Twitter Pinterest WhatsApp Linkedin Email Telegram – Advertisement
Review: CAPERNAUM Is An Important, Touching Film …
Capernaum is a new Lebanese film directed by and co-starring Nadine Labaki. The story is about a twelve-year-old boy who sues his parents for being born while serving a prison sentence for a violent crime. It is nominated for the Academy Award for Best Foreign
Capernaum: Heart-wrenching films about childhood
· Capernaum also reflects many of the classic themes explored in film-maker and film critic Mark Cousins’s excellent documentary about child-centred cinema, A Story of Children and Film (2013
Capernaum Movie Review
The film, set in the slums of Beirut, will remind parents in the audience that the dull routine of their own family lives is, in fact, a blessing. …and the award for most realistic portrayal of a toddler goes to Boluwatife “Treasure” Bankole, and the cast and crew of Capernaum.
Capernaum (2018) – Movie Reviews
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Capernaum 2018, directed by Nadine Labaki
Capernaum Film, Drama Recommended 4 out of 5 stars Time Out says 4 out of 5 stars Nadine Labaki’s journey through the slums of Lebanon thrills with compassion and heart. A young boy, Zain
Capernaum – Film Review – No More Workhorse
· Capernaum – Film Review by Frank L Directed by Nadine Labaki Writers: Nadine Labaki (screenplay), Jihad Hojeily (screenwriter) Stars: Zain Al Rafeea, Yordanos Shiferaw, Boluwatife Treasure Bankole The entire movie centres on Zain (Zain Al Raafea), who is
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review Capernaum Review by David Jenkins @daveyjenkins Share this Directed by Nadine Labaki Starring Boluwatife Treasure Bankole Yordanos Shiferaw Zain Al Rafeea Anticipation. Labaki has one good film and one bad film in the bag.