Serena Seghedoni

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Ted Lasso Season 2 Episode 9 Review: Beard in Lassoland

Appropriately titled “Beard After Hours,” Ted Lasso ‘s Season 2 Episode 9 deviates from the show’s visual and narrative style, in a standalone episode that risks alienating fans of the series.

Old Henry Revives The Western Genre (Venice Film Festival Review)

Tim Blake Nelson shines in Old Henry, a riveting, slow-burning western that pays homage to the great classics from the past while also reviving the genre.

Spencer: Brief Moments of Freedom (Venice Film Festival Review)

In Spencer, Pablo Larraín blends past, present and future and crafts a “fable from a true tragedy” that is grounded in reality, giving us a completely new portrayal of Princess Diana.

Ted Lasso Season 2 Episode 8 Review: A Different Kind of Victory

With many surprising revelations and developments, Ted Lasso ‘s Season 2 Episode 8 delivers a completely unexpected, yet just as effective, kind of victory.

America Latina (Venice Review): Daring & Disarming Character Study

In equal parts haunting and unsettling, America Latina is the disarmingly honest portrayal of a man who’s trying to find out who he is in a world that’s spinning out of control.

Freaks Out (Venice Review): A Glorious Ode to Outsiders

Revolving around four circus “freaks” in a Nazi-occupied Rome, Freaks Out is an epic cinematic journey, and an invitation to embrace what makes you different.

Ana Lily Amirpour, Craig Robinson & Ed Skrein on Mona Lisa and the Blood Moon (Venice Interview)

In the occasion of Mona Lisa and the Blood Moon ‘s Venice Film Festival World Premiere, we interviewed director Ana Lily Amirpour and stars Craig Robinson and Ed Skrein.

The Card Counter: “Someone To Find Your Way Home” (Venice Review)

Starring an exceptional Oscar Isaac, The Card Counter is a slow-burning noir thriller about a man who’s looking for redemption for the actions of his past.

Last Night in Soho (Venice Review): The Monsters We Create

Part coming-of-age story and part psychological thriller, Edgar Wright’s Last Night in Soho is a neon-fuelled journey to a London of another time that unveils the real horrors of our time.

Dune (2021): Chalamet Shines in Immersive Adaptation (Venice Review)

Denis Villeneuve’s Dune (2021) is both an immersive cinematic epic and a remarkable achievement in…