Bland-looking Scandi crimer benefits from edge-of-your-seat pacing.
Boyd van Hoeij
Two equally bleak futures are in store for an aimless Italo youth in "One Life, Maybe Two."
The decades-old secret of a Gallic paterfamilias is at the heart of "Family Tree."
Euro co-workers at a high-end eatery in Switzerland let their feelings slowly come to a boil.
Dutch newlyweds share the same home but not much else in "Hunting & Son," an initially slow-burning but pretty effective slice of Euro miserablism.
The lives of two adopted Asian half-siblings, a Polish migrant worker and a shell-shocked Norwegian native, clash -- but do not quite "Crash" -- in "Upperdog," Sara Johnsen's uneven but often…
Auditioning thesps are a little more than colleagues and less than kind in "Boundaries."
A terminally ill 15-year-old wants to get laid before meeting his maker.
Docu nominally looks at seven women prepping succulent dishes during the holy month of Ramadan.
Bare-bones narrative about three disaffected youngsters who set out to accomplish a common goal.