i only watched two Hong Sang-soo movies (“On the beach at night alone”,and “The Day After”, both 2017) but definitely i can see myself going through his entire filmography over the years.
Yesterday i watched “Under the silver lake”, by David Robert Mitchell, 2018. Not sure what i think about it yet, it’s quite denser and different from his two previous features.
A few films i still remember from the last months are:
“Wolfskinder”, Rick Ostermann, 2014 - great performance and direction of young actors. I also tend to like movies about forgotten events of XXth century history. Locations are great, too.
“Dene wos guet geit”, Cyril Schäublin, 2017 - maybe just because of Schwyzerdütsch, but this is also a movie of stasis and numbers, with characters trapped in an absurd society.
“Thelma”, Joachim Trier, 2017 - not my preferred from him but still better than most flicks.
oh, and Alex Garland’s “Annihilation”, 2018, which would have deserved a proper release, it’s the best science-fiction-living-world-exploration movie since what i dreamt Solaris (1971) would be.