A humane, unassumingly quirky rumination on chance and caprice. full review
The movie, filmed in arty black and white, has some nice moments of dialogue and an offbeat, quirky rhythm that is slightly hypnotic at times.
The film has nice black-and-white photography, and attitude to spare, but finally leaves you with that unhappily familiar 'so what?' feeling. full review
Built on small telling gestures and well-observed moments, and periodically rocked by a spasm of everyday weirdness, Suddenly works its charms slowly but steadily. full review
It's an unusual and interesting piece of filmmaking.
An illustration of what happens when new blood hits old or inert cinema: Everything is rejected, or everything is embraced. full review
Filmed in a stark, rough, black-and-white style that grabs your sympathy immediately. full review