A father's shockingly candid confession throws a 12-year-old kid's emotional life out of whack in "Angel at Sea," an impressive debut feature by Belgian helmer Frederic Dumont that asks more…
Boyd van Hoeij
A she-devil holed up in a house in the Dutch dunes waits impatiently for death.
A father's shockingly candid confession throws a 12-year-old kid's emotional life out of whack in "Angel at Sea."
Director Palfi goes the intimate, improvised and low-budget Soderbergh route to largely unsatisfying effect.
A carefree Albanian student gets drawn into an ancient gjakmarrja, or blood feud, when he returns to his village of birth for a funeral in Artan Minarolli's ironically titled "Alive!"
This light souffle has a few too many ingredients to achieve a satisfactory balance.
Arpad Sopsits completes his loose trilogy on the dark side of pre-adulthood.
An injured ballerina does a pas de deux with a handsome swindler in "Chameleon," helmer Krisztina Goda's return to contempo fare.
The petty quarrels of the heirs of a Uruguayan novelist are the weak motor of this pic.
"Tears of April" is an austere, well-acted period costumer.
A foolhardy and apparently fearless Dutch cook ventures into the African jungle in search of his son's playmate.