MOON, 66 QUESTIONS (Berlinale 2021) – Review by Alexandra Heller-Nicholas

Some films, on paper, aren’t much; that is why, without wishing to sound facetious, they aren’t novels. Greek filmmaker Jacqueline Lentzou’s Moon, 66 Questions is a masterclass in what makes this axiom true. While all elements are there that make a “good film” – complex characters, compelling plot, etc. – this film adds emotional intelligence and sensitivity that is communicated sensorially as much as it is through the Big Words or Big Actions that we critics in our laziest moments so desperately cling to.

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