A psychological thriller and sort-of satire that confirms Perry as the go-to guy for literate chronicles of monied dysfunction. Queen Of..
The promise of a sub-cultural document of life inside the French techno boom proves elusive; it’s just the same old song with a faster..
A new voice? Perry borrows the affectations of literate, highbrow indie filmmaking in order to condemn their certainties, and warn against..
The amazing title – at once wittily sardonic and swooningly romantic – doesn’t lie. The film that accompanies it is one of classic..
A notably mature handling of perennial themes by a one-time enfant terrible, this is so exquisitely measured that Araki has no room for his..