Copenhagen Does Not Exist review: Till the end of time
Skovbjerg tends to reflect the spiritual condition of the couple with a calm approach, but he uses on the other hand, visuals saturated with warmth that complement and highlight each other’s presence, as the way blue does to orange, and Sander does to Ida.
Carpe Diem – Joker Out review: As if there was no tomorrow
The most streamed Slovenian band of 2022, and now the representatives of their homeland in the upcoming Eurovision Song Contest, Joker Out underlines most worries have no branch to cling to in this tree called the future.
Infinity Pool review: Members of the bus, where do you think you are going?
In Infinity Pool, Brandon Cronenberg strikes once again with a limit-pushing thriller, proving his cinema is present independent from the roots and can read on its own.
Pollen – Tennis review: An honest glance at a relationship that everyone can be a subject of
Released on the 10th of February, the Denver-based duo Tennis’ latest studio album Pollen reaches this feeling as soon as it begins and embraces the change of seasons.