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  • I Came By
    George MacKay plays a graffiti artist who uncovers a dark secret in Babak Anvari's effective – but distractingly ugly – new thriller. The post I Came By appeared first on Little White Lies.
  • Anaïs in Love
    A flighty young woman sets out to seduce a lover’s girlfriend in Charline Bourgeois-Tacquet’s charming queer romance. The post Anaïs in Love appeared first on Little White Lies.
  • Albert Serra wishes you were here in the tropical trailer for Pacifiction
    French Tahiti becomes a picturesque purgatory for a colonialist official in Serra's panoramic latest. The post Albert Serra wishes you were here in the tropical trailer for Pacifiction appeared first on Little White Lies.
  • The frenetic thrills of the Safdie Brothers’ second feature
    Before Good Time and Uncut Gems, the Safdies created an anxiety-inducing portrait of a deadbeat dad trying to keep it together. The post The frenetic thrills of the Safdie Brothers’ second feature appeared first on Little White Lies.
  • How wholesome songs become horrifying through cinema
    The Purple People Eater is the latest in a host of seemingly innocuous tunes that have their association forever changed through horror films. The post How wholesome songs become horrifying through cinema appeared first on Little White Lies.
  • Orphan: First Kill
    Malevolent conwoman Esther gets a backstory in this strangely overdue and unintentionally funny prequel to the 2009 hit. The post Orphan: First Kill appeared first on Little White Lies.
  • Eiffel
    A strong showing from Emma Mackey aside, this biopic of engineer Pierre Eiffel is built on rocky foundations. The post Eiffel appeared first on Little White Lies.
  • Don’t lose your lunch at the first trailer for the puke-flecked Triangle of Sadness
    Male models, a massive cruise liner, and a whole lot of vomit herald the coming of Ruben Östlund's latest. The post Don’t lose your lunch at the first trailer for the puke-flecked Triangle of Sadness appeared first on Little White Lies.
  • A summer with Satyajit Ray
    The BFI’s current retrospective of the Indian auteur’s cinema gave me chance to reconnect with my homeland while studying abroad. The post A summer with Satyajit Ray appeared first on Little White Lies.
  • Human Flowers of Flesh – first-look review
    Helena Wittman’s extraordinary seafaring anti-epic is a prime contender for the big prize at the 2022 Locarno Film Festival. The post Human Flowers of Flesh – first-look review appeared first on Little White Lies.