Irksomely touting the tired notion that simple people teach us how to be our true selves.
Sergei Loznitsa's challenging feature debut plays like an extended episode of "The Twilight Zone."
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Without narration apart from an opening title card, the docu offers more contemplation than information.
The death of a Parisian girl's mother drives the numbed teen to explore her dark side.
The failures of post-Soviet Kyrgyz democratization come to roost in a remote village in helmer Aktan Arym Kubat's third feature, "The Light Thief."
Small in scale, but beautifully written, extremely well-played and sensually lensed.
Sly rural comedy draws its humor from the clash of small and big worlds as pols in a remote burg.
A gritty masterpiece of genre cinema that blends period crimer with police procedural.
Low-budget drama from debuting Czech helmer Jaroslav Fuit marks him as a talent to watch.
Engrossing drama allows a tragic, little-known chapter of WWII history to emerge.