Tarantino's Once Upon a Time in Hollywood is an unabashedly glorious study of the washed-up actor. Both DiCaprio and Pitt are equally intriguing and lovable, but as expected, the events of the Tate murders, and Tate herself are relegated to mere background noise, and it doesn't quite fit.
Have you seen Fleabag? The ingeniously hilarious and true-to-life series by the talented Phoebe Waller-Bridge? Then get your shit together because the live West End show will screen in Prague's Kino Aero this September.
Ari Aster's sophomore is as disturbing as the remarkable Hereditary, but brings a surprising amount of humour to a tale that is otherwise about the torment of grief and our need to adhere to tradition and culture, even if it literally rips us to shreds.
The Prague filmed Jo Jo Rabbit finally gets its first trailer, and it's full of familar streets, buildings and countryside in and surrounding the Czech capital.
It's been a while, almost a year I think. A while since I've made a post like this. Something that is finally NOT news, festival or review related. It was getting a bit much recently and I definitely needed a break from the daily grind... and it feels phenomenal. Just me, balcony, two lazy cats and a shit load of cheap red from my local potraviny.
Three brothers separated at birth are reunited by pure chance - it's got to be one of the most remarkable stories you've ever heard in the media, but what drives documentary Three Identical Strangers is just how mind-boggling and cinematic the backstory is.
Pamela Anderson is on the cover of the latest issue of Vogue Czechoslovakia in a photoshoot inspired by classic Czechoslovak film Who Wants to Kill Jessie?