A tepid thriller involving an incorrigible philanderer, his latest love interest and his increasingly crazy wife, who devises a culinary revenge, "Deadly Delicious" lacks the recipe for international…
"Tulpan," the feature debut of Kazakh-born documaker extraordinaire Sergey Dvortsevoy, continued its winning ways at the recently wrapped Reykjavik Intl. Film Festival.
It's been a good year so far for Icelandic directors.
The delightful deadpan comedy "O'Horten" from Norwegian helmer-scribe Bent Hamer will open the fifth Reykjavik Intl. Film Festival (RIFF) on Thursday.
A killer repping an ugly, unresolved and nearly forgotten chapter of post-WWII history confronts a cynical, amoral Everyman in "Landscape No. 2."
Somewhat old-fashioned in subject matter, symbolism and production design, Michal Rosa's "Scratch" shows how a couple's strong 40-year marriage is mortally wounded by a secret that undermines their…
"Tedium," alas, proves worthy of its title. A mix of docu and fiction, this feature bow by Iranian theater helmer Bahman Motamedian is a poorly structured mix of talking heads and awkwardly staged…
Notable for its attempt to widen the range of Czech thesp Pavel Liska's career, "The Visitor" is an enigmatic, over-aestheticized tale experienced through the eyes and ears of a mute lad living on a…
There's a formulaic feel to this tale of a smart-aleck rich kid rebelling against his family and finding friendship with a strong-willed young woman from a different social class.
A fleet-footed teen encounters a torrent of problems when her beloved grandmother dies and she joins her crack-whore mother in the Nassau slums in "Rain." Despite the script's melodramatic cliches…
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