Francois Ozon moves back to the mainstream with a sparkling, occasionally side-splitting comedy.
Boyd van Hoeij
Pic's sensibility is too idiosyncratic and voiceover too theatrical to make much of an impression.
Fans of middlebrow relationship dramas and subtitled smut might be happy, but could, indeed, be few.
A timid younger brother who enjoys illegal racing suddenly has to brake for responsibilities.
A woman gives birth to a clone of her deceased lover in "Womb."
'Rammbock' from helmer Marvin Kren is singular enough to please more than die-hard zombie fans.
A lurid, muddled vision of adolescent sexuality and the emptiness of lives in the bourgeois 'burbs.
Employees and employers try to, er, work out their issues in "Labor Court."