Estonia’s unstoppable animators recreate Edouard Manet’s morning masterpiece once more – with extra tipple, finds Ian Francis.
A prank call to a fast-food restaurant plumbs sado-masochist depths in this drawn-from-true-life thriller, finds Hannah McGill.
Satire cloaks melodrama and fear masks guilt in this rich tapestry of Brazilian nouveau-riche life, writes Tony Rayns.
Arthouse virtuoso Carlos Reygadas takes a poetic trip into his own heart of darkness, finds Tony Rayns.
Matteo Garrone’s Gomorrah follow-up is a gentler satire about a celebrity-obsessed fishmonger that has something new to say about reality-TV culture, writes Pasquale Iannone.
Sexual and divine love make ill-starred bedfellows in Cristian Mungiu’s measured and powerful monastery drama, says Nick Roddick.