Movie reviews of Victor Fraga

These are all the movies and series that Victor has reviewed. Read more at: Dirty Movies.

Number of movie reviews: 880 / 880

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Mother and daughter unite against the dark and oppressive forces of the patriarchy, in this feminist ghost story from Pakistan. Review

4.0

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5 december

5 dec

Humaid Alsuwaidi’s third feature is a commentary on misogyny that does not lapse into victim cliches. It is a finely executed piece of slow cinema with a few shortcomings. Review

7.0

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5 december

5 dec

The incredible story of the biggest Women's World Cup of all time that nobody ever heard of is both sobering and devastating. Review

10

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4 december

4 dec

Despite the slow pace, Sunday is dotted with subtle moments of comic relief, such as the man’s insistence in asking visitors for a match for no clear purpose, or the couple’s sense of helplessness in front of the modern 4k television with strange instructions written on the screen. Review

8.0

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3 december

3 dec

This is a woman taking control of her life, even if the clunky mechanisms and procedures over which she has limited command do not allow her to forge ahead smoothly. Genuinely affecting. Review

10

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3 december

3 dec

The movie is crafted with abundant music, a vivid cinematography with abundant colourful lighting, and a fast-moving, energetic script. Review

8.0

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3 december

3 dec

A rural veterinary doctor has to reconcile his love for animals with the cruel and deranged behaviour of human beings, in this luminescent Iranian drama. Review

10

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2 december

2 dec

Visually arresting. Heart-wrenching. Even if a little arcane. Review

8.0

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2 december

2 dec

Saddam Hussein develops a paternal bond with the the young farmer who sheltered him for nearly eight months, in this unusual tribute to loyalty and endurance. Review

8.0

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2 december

2 dec

Barely decipherable allegorical detective drama from Ukraine sets out to comment on the nation fast-changing soul and identity. Review

5.0

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30 november

30 nov

Crime thriller about call-centre-worker-turned-drug-dealer inserts some grit into the squeaky clean capital of Saudi Arabia. Review

7.0

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30 november

30 nov

Brutally honest Korean drama mercilessly deromanticises and demystifies the experience of pregnancy and motherhood. Review

8.0

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29 november

29 nov

Saintagnan was just too ambitious, setting out to create elaborate settings on a shoestring, instead of using her financial handicap as a catalyst for radical experimentation. Review

6.0

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28 november

28 nov

Isabelle Huppert challenges and looks audiences right in the eye for nearly an hour and a half, in this epistemological and reflexive study of cinema. Review

8.0

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28 november

28 nov

Suicidal control freak ex-boyfriend manipulates Italian woman over the telephone, in this clunky suspense thriller from Italy. Review

4.0

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28 november

28 nov

Moody, inscrutable road movie provides a fascinating peak into the ice-cold and barren landscape of Northern Russia, by the Barents Sea. Review

8.0

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28 november

28 nov

Slow and exquisite drama elegantly portrays the fleeting connection between two very different strangers in Brussels. Review

7.0

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27 november

27 nov

First-time French director crafts a nail-biting, suspenseful tale of unrequited love, stolen motherhood and female invidiousness. Review

10

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27 november

27 nov

This sense of hopelessness is supported by Barbu Balasoiu’s realistic and gloomy cinematography, with few close-ups and sparse lighting, and a minimalistic music score. Review

8.0

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27 november

27 nov

The spicy dialogues will keep you hooked, even if the uneven script makes the story a little difficult to follow... Review

6.0

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26 november

26 nov

The outcome is a film that’s breezy and pleasant to watch, however mostly unmemorable. Review

6.0

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25 november

25 nov

Matteo Garrone’s 121-minute film is a refugee drama of epic proportions. Review

10

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25 november

25 nov

Think of Orson Welles’s unfinished It’s All True, infuse it with unabashed mysticism, and you are halfway there. Review

10

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25 november

25 nov

Teen embarks on a journey along the American Northeast, in this highly experimental, trippy and barely coherent movie about US stereotypes. Review

6.0

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24 november

24 nov

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