‘Paradise’ Review: Konchalovsky’s Robust, Richly Shot Holocaust Drama – Variety

‘Paradise’ Review: Konchalovsky’s Robust, Richly Shot

Konchalovsky’s robust, absorbing Holocaust drama is built on such unlikely junctures of […] 12 hours ago IFP/Gotham Awards Became an Oscar Bellwether Under Outgoing Joana Vicente’s Watch

Paradise – UK Jewish Film

“Russian veteran Andrei Konchalovsky is on robust form in this richly monochrome, perspective-rotating Holocaust drama.” –Variety Winner of the Silver Lion at the Venice Film Festival and shortlisted for the 89th Academy Awards, Konchalovsky’s powerful new film unravels the stories of three fascinating characters on opposing sides of the Second World War.

Paradise (Ray) – Movie Reviews – Rotten Tomatoes

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Venice Film Review: ‘Paradise’ – IMDb

Rarely has the word “Paradise” been superimposed across a gloomier image than in the opening credits of Andrei Konchalovsky’s new film, as the screams of a Russian woman recently arrested by Nazis echo through a dim, dank prison corridor — shot in soberest monochrome. Konchalovsky’s robust, absorbing Holocaust drama is built on such unlikely junctures of grace and despair.

PARADISE – Palm Beach Jewish Film Festival

Yet as time passes, and the fate of Nazi defeat looms, Olga’s notion of paradise is irrevocably changed. “Russian veteran Andrei Konchalovsky is in robust form in this richly monochrome, perspective-rotating Holocaust drama.»

Venice Film Review: ‘Paradise’ – yahoo.com

Sep 08, 2016 · Rarely has the word “Paradise” been superimposed across a gloomier image than in the opening credits of Andrei Konchalovsky’s new film, as the …

Bibliography for Holocaust Literature and Film

Agamben, G. (1999a) Remnants of Auschwitz: the witness and the archive.New York: Zone Books.

Paradise Release Date, News & Reviews – Releases.com

Based on 4 Paradise reviews, Paradise gets an average review score of 70/100. variety.com Cinema. Russian veteran Andrei Konchalovsky is on robust form in this richly monochrome, perspective-rotating Holocaust drama. 405d ago. Paradise is a strikingly shot Holocaust drama that ultimately seems confused about whose story it’s telling

Paradise – Washington Jewish Film Festival

Russian veteran Andrei Konchalovsky is on robust form in this richly monochrome, perspective-rotating Holocaust drama. ― Variety

Paradise – Film Movement

While they recount their stories, PARADISE drifts between the bloody end of World War II and the gilded, halcyon days when their destinies first crossed. Victim, bystander, or monster – Konchalovsky collapses these identities, offering a new perspective on the Holocaust.

Paradise (Ray) Critic Reviews – Movie Night Out

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Paradise (2016) – FilmAffinity

«‘Paradise’ is a strikingly shot Holocaust drama that ultimately seems confused about whose story it’s telling or to what end» Ben Kenigsberg: The New York Times «A well-intentioned but very soft-edged mess of romance, metaphysics and historical theorising …

Paradise | Palm Springs International Film Festival

Shot in lustrous black and white, this bold and severe Holocaust drama explores the complex relationship between a Russian aristocrat—caught hiding two Jewish children in her Paris apartment—and two Nazi officials. “Robust, absorbing… enduring resonant.” Variety Winner: Best Director, Venice.

Paradise – Laemmle.com

Russian veteran Andrei Konchalovsky is in robust form in this richly monochrome, perspective-rotating Holocaust drama.–Guy Lodge, Variety . Spread the word about this film! Tweet. Send Email Yet as time passes, and the fate of Nazi defeat looms, Olga’s notion of paradise is irrevocably changed. «Persuasively acted, elegantly shot in black

PARADIES | Trailer – Cafeafricana

Russian veteran Andrei Konchalovsky is on robust form in this richly monochrome, perspective-rotating Holocaust drama. –Guy Lodge, Variety Drama, Jewish Culture, War