Viewers expecting a thriller -- or genre film of any sort -- will be disappointed by "The Robber."
After a perversely fascinating first half, a darkly comic psychodrama goes plain psycho in "Bad Family," the third feature from Finnish writer-helmer Aleski Salmenpera ("Producing Adults"). At first…
Broad in more ways than one, colorfully styled blue-collar comedy "The Hairdresser" from vet German helmer Doris Doerrie ("Cherry Blossoms") marks her first outing with someone else's script.
A sprightly docu about finding your own artistic inspiration.
An almost unrelentingly grim Danish drama from helmer Thomas Vinterberg.
TV-bland tale offers no sex, a mere flash of nudity, and keeps violence mostly off screen.
Puts the island nation's environmental and financial problems in historical perspective.
A lyrically shot tale of addiction and dysfunctional families.
Pic is an affectionate sendup of stoic northern Finnish manhood.
As inventors know, good ideas sometimes surface simultaneously in multiple places, and the first to get the patent wins.
A sensitive teenage loner contends with bullies at school and abuse from his stressed-out single mom.
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