Dan Sareen
Dan Sareen 30POSTS


Dan will watch just about any film he can get his hands on. His ultimate goal is to see all of the films, but for now he's happy obsessing over anything with a brilliant script and/or well executed violence.

Review: Anna

Ukrainian director Dekel Berenson’s film Anna premiered in the Short Film competition in Cannes last week. A tale of desire set in a bleakly

Support The Girls

If your day begins with you crying in your car, in the car park at work, maybe the best thing to do is turn

At Eternity’s Gate: The BRWC Review

There can be few names so famous as Vincent Van Gogh, the influential post-impressionist painter known best either for his painting of Sunflowers, or

The Hole In The Ground

A spider scuttles towards the freedom of an Irish forest from the garden of new homeowner Sarah and her son Chris. Promising spine tingles

The Foundation Of Criminal Excellence

A dog is barking, and a garishly dressed man crouches conspicuously by his gate waiting for him to stop. Oskars Rupenheits’ debut feature follows