Ozon's latest is an elegant, well-constructed affair about a 17-year-old girl who secretly works as a prostitute, hiding her line of work from her fellow college students and her family.
Here's some background. I'm a 19-year-old English Literature student, film-lover and cultural aficionado – so I am bang in the middle of Blue Is The Warmest Colour's target audience.
Chained is a harrowing serial killer drama that is in a similar tone to John McNaughton’s classic Henry: Portrait of a Serial Killer, and 2011’s bleak Snowtown.
Chris (Hirsch) is a trailer-trash drug dealer whose own mother has stolen his stash, leaving him deeply in hock to some very bad men.
This dry and drab subtitled French drama stars Binoche as Anne, a journalist whose next assignment is on the sex industry, specifically the plight of young prostitutes.
Pulled from Film4 FrightFest 2010 to preserve the integrity of the film-makers' vision – because the BBFC went scissor-happy and wanted to cut almost four minutes from it, despite being...