Movie reviews of Victor Fraga

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

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Number of movie reviews: 466 / 466


Poster for Woman at War

Woman at War


Wilfully wacky Icelandic comedy about radical environmental activist waging a war against the local aluminium factory has some delightful moments.

27 april

27 apr

Poster for Styx



Austrian drama about female sailor confronted with a wrecked boat full of perishing refugees raises urgent and pertinent moral questions.

15 april

15 apr

Poster for J.T. LeRoy

J.T. LeRoy


Ultimately, JT LeRoy is a finely acted and crafted study of the relationship between artistry and identity.

29 march

29 mar

Poster for Knife+Heart



Giallo-inspired and brazenly gay serial murder story from France features a magnetic Vanessa Paradis in the lead and an electrifying music score.

29 march

29 mar

Poster for Red Joan

Red Joan


It’s rather formulaic and conventional, an average spy drama doused in saccharine and filled with two half-baked romances. On the other hand, Red Joan contains a very urgent message that world peace must prevail above national allegiances, and that nationalism can be an arrogant and exclusionary notion.

28 march

28 mar

Poster for No Box for Me: An Intersex Story

No Box for Me: An Intersex Story


This 59-minute documentary is informative enough for those (like myself) who are little familiar into the world of intersex. A good starting point.

28 march

28 mar

Poster for Sunburn



It’s effective and riveting enough to keep you hooked until the end. The performances are convincing, too. The script, however, insistently delves into petit bourgeois afflictions, and some people might find it a little pedantic. I still enjoyed it, though.

27 march

27 mar

Poster for 3 Faces

3 Faces


3 Faces returns to the old tradition of Iranian cinema of the 1990s, in its narrative/formal wizardry. It’s meditative, lyrical and cryptic, a lot like The Taste of Cherry.

26 march

26 mar

Poster for We the Animals

We the Animals


We The Animals is a gentle yet harrowing tale about a premature coming-of-age in a fractured home, mainly seen from the perspective of the child. It’s very honest and brutal, without slipping into cliches.

25 march

25 mar

Poster for Water Makes Us Wet: An Ecosexual Adventure

Water Makes Us Wet: An Ecosexual Adventure


All in all, Water Makes Us Wet is still refreshing enough to watch. Just don’t expect too much depth.

24 march

24 mar

Poster for Being Frank: The Chris Sievey Story

Being Frank: The Chris Sievey Story


Being Frank: the Chris Sievey Story is interesting enough for nostalgic fans, but it’s unlikely to convert any new admirers.

24 march

24 mar

Poster for Breaking Habits

Breaking Habits


Breaking Habits is a auspicious documentary about a singular initiative combining religion, business and medicine.

15 march

15 mar

Poster for Birds of Passage

Birds of Passage


The director and crew behind the Oscar-nominated Embrace of the Serpent have created yet another cinematographically accomplished movie.

13 march

13 mar

Poster for Donbass



Sergei Loznitsa's twisted and grotesque allegory of the ongoing War in Donbass has good moments but lacks the lyrical genius of his previous works.

9 march

9 mar

Poster for Pond Life

Pond Life


A small mining village is teeming with teenage hormones, Summer dreams and real-life deceptions, in profoundly sensitive and moving drama by first-time director.

7 march

7 mar

Poster for Your Turn

Your Turn


Brazilian students protest and occupy hundreds of schools, demanding better public education and the end of austerity measures, in fascinating documentary about grassroots empowerment.

4 march

4 mar

Poster for The Kindergarten Teacher

The Kindergarten Teacher


Maggie Gyllenhaal delivers auspicious performance and shines, despite playing a mostly disjointed character in awkward film about a small child poet.

3 march

3 mar

Poster for Hannah



A profoundly moving Charlotte Rampling stars in bleak and brutally honest character examination set in Belgium.

24 february

24 feb

Poster for Wall



The images are raw and bleak with the very occasional splash of colouring – much like the existence of the Palestinians.

19 february

19 feb

Poster for Alien



Ridley Scott's classic is one of the most subversive films ever made for more reasons than one...

18 february

18 feb

Poster for Two for Joy

Two for Joy


Ugly problems surface when dysfunctional family goes on holidays in dejected seaside town, in British dirty gem starring Sadie Frost and Billie Piper.

17 february

17 feb

Poster for Divine Love

Divine Love


Eerie sci-fi travels to a near-future and uncovers a Brazil intoxicated with bizarre evangelical practices.

16 february

16 feb

Poster for Waiting for the Carnival

Waiting for the Carnival


The sensibility and the inventiveness of Brazilian director Marcelo Gomes are extraordinary.

15 february

15 feb

Poster for The Stone Speakers

The Stone Speakers


A stern and yet ingenious documentary. The camera is entirely static, allowing viewers to reflect upon the topics at length. And the interview style is entirely unique.

15 february

15 feb

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