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Capernaum (2018)
« on: September 04, 2019, 07:14:31 AM »
Capernaum (2018)





A political and contemporary fable, “Capernaum” centers around a child who rebels against the life he’s been imposed and launches a lawsuit.

2018: Academy Awards: Nominated for Best Foreign Language Film
2018: Cannes Film Festival: Jury Prize, Official Selection
2018: Golden Globes: Nominated for Best Foreign Language Film
2018: BAFTA Awards: Nominated for Best Foreign Language Film
2018: Critics Choice Awards: Nominated for Best Foreign Language Film
2018: Chicago Film Critics Awards: Nominated for Best Foreign Language Film
2018: British Independent Film Awards: Nominated for Best International Film
2018: César Awards: Nominated for Best Foreign Film

"In a kind of filmmaking miracle (...) the barely one-year-old Bankole delivers a full-on performance (...) Labaki throws everything (...) on screen in a bid to melt hearts and win world-cinema acclaim"

"A film as grounded in a place and time and yet as universal in its empathy with the dispossessed as 'Bicycle Thieves' or 'Salaam Bombay!'"