Pic follows the second-class treatment of women in Israel's ultra-Orthodox community.
Another observational docu from respected French helmer Nicolas Philibert.
A Tehrani man snaps and turns sniper in this low-key feature.
Gay fest stalwart Sebastien Lifshitz spins another variation on his themes and visual predilections.
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.
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