Truth is stodgier than fiction in Szabolcs Hajdu's visually impressive "Bibliotheque Pascal."
Boyd van Hoeij
Adapted from the second book in late novelist Stieg Larsson's hugely popular "Millennium" trilogy.
Extramarital workouts are the only thing keeping the hubby of a cancer-stricken Dutchwoman sane.
"The Barons" is an often witty take on life in the multicultural Molenbeek nabe of Brussels.
Dutch-Frisian director Steven de Jong tackles his native province's biggest claim to fame in the technically impressive "The Hell of '63."
Antwerp and Albania are the twin stages of tragedy in the stylish Belgian thriller "Dossier K."
A harrowing true story brought to the screen by vet Chilean director Miguel Littin.
Sophomore effort by Italo helmer Alessandro Angelini confirms his rep as a talented actors' director.
Pint-sized pugilists dream of a triumphant future for themselves and their fatherland.
The Madonna-whore complex of an entire Spanish village is explored, "Rashomon"-style, in Dutch documaker Ramon Gieling's fascinating but uneven fiction feature.
A surprisingly lackadaisical and narrowly focused historical drama from Dutch helmer Ben Sombogaart.
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