Belgian film

A Silence – first-look review

By David Jenkins

Reliable Belgian director Joachim Lafosse serves up more lurid scandal sheet fodder in this dismal tale of a wife and mother trying to sweep her husband’s vile transgressions under the rug.

In praise of Close’s depiction of youth

By Little White Lies

How Lukas Dhont’s Close adopts a more enlightened and empathetic approach to depicting young people on screen.

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