Black Bread (Pa Negre)
Black Bread (Pa Negre) (2010)

This drama from director Agustí Villaronga takes place in Catalonia during the immediate post-war years. A young boy named Andreu, who belongs to the losing side in the conflict, happens upon the bodies of a man and a young boy in the… More

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Genre: Drama
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Blake Griffin
We Got This Covered

Black Bread is one of SFIFF's more understated films, despite a few fairly grotesque moments. It has some interesting camerawork, solid performances and an intriguing story, all of which make this one worth a watch.

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Sarah Cronin
Electric Sheep

While history is important to the narrative, the director cleverly subverts the audience's expectations, slowly revealing a much more nuanced and layered film, with a disturbing mystery at its core.

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Fernando F. Croce
House Next Door

It brims with evocative images and half-buried horrors.

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familiar stranger
While I didn't like it in whole, I surely did like it in parts. It was intriguing in parts which consisted of twists and turns; few unexpected while the… More