Motherhood on a Russian collective dairy farm hasn't many charms in this rarefied reflection on hard-scrabble living.
Relationships thrive on white lies rather than complete candor in the breezy, smoothly performed French comedy of manners "True Enough," the third feature from helmer/co-writer/thesp Sam Karmann.
While interning at a hospital in Cali, Colombia, an idealistic young physician from Frankfurt (hot Teuton star August Diehl, "The Counterfeiters") naively interferes in favela turf wars with…
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The dreams and disappointments of a family of coal-mine workers in contempo China provide low-key but poignant drama in "The Shaft," an impressively controlled debut from helmer-scribe Zhang Chi.
The concept of aging bad-boy actor Nick Nolte interviewing himself proves slightly more interesting than the hot-air content of bare-bones docu "Nick Nolte: No Exit," from indie producer-helmer…
Ambitious experimental docu "Everything Is Relative," by young Danish helmer Mikala Krogh, explores her own theory of relativity by organizing new, archival and homemovie footage -- shot in Denmark…
A southern Jutland village hides as many secrets as the nearby bog in Danish helmer Henrik Ruben Genz's "Terribly Happy."
Comedy-fantasy "Tears for Sale" unfolds in a remote mountain village without men, where two sisters under a powerful curse must find a virile male or die.
When a blonde bimbo whose superficial lifestyle hasn't required much in the way of reflection is forced to take a job at the geek shop "Astropia," a transformation takes place.
"As Simple as That" marks a milestone in current Iranian cinema as a rare realist depiction of a woman from the middle class.
Unable to speak French, an elderly Japanese painter wanders through Paris' Belleville looking for a place to sleep in tedious comedy "Monsieur Morimoto," a self-indulgent second feature from French…