Lambert’s accomplished début, which he also scripted, was rightly selected for the Cannes 2012 Critic’s Week. Funny and dramatic, with well-drawn characters we can genuinely care for, it’s about the blossoming of a love affair and the shifting power in a relationship. Continue reading
“I’m Ibrahim, I’m Turkish. I’m Bram, I’m Belgian. I am a Muslim, and I’m gay.” Handsome Bram tries to negotiate the contradictions of his situation – betrothed to his cousin, and now flirting with the gorgeous, available Kevin. A satisfying, sexy romance that never belittles the dilemmas facing the unwilling hero of the piece. Continue reading
Exquisite tale of blossoming teen love among the windswept North Sea dunes, great script and acting. Continue reading
Take three hot women, a cute but nasty drug dealer, an LA setting, sharp dialogue, neat plot twists and you have the making for funny thriller.
A witty high school comedy, really! Chance must negotiate the minefields of school-cool and the nasty jock Brad. Good acting, a clutchbag full of memorable one-liners, and a great 80s soundtrack. Continue reading