A small-time crook reinvents himself as the head of a nonexistent construction company.
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Though at first nothing much happens and even less is explained, the Greek helmer's sophomore pic does exude a strange fascination throughout.
Pic struggles to find a balance between its central father-son conflict and the orbiting stories of the burg's other few inhabitants.
Calling the Strobbe clan a working-class family would imply that some of its members worked, but none of the lowlife protags do in the visually robust and often hilarious Flemish tragicomedy.
A company training program disguised as swanky soiree turns into a battlefield in Mathias Gokalp's "Nothing Personal." When the attending employees start suspecting their jobs may be at stake that…
Helmer Gergely Fonyo's pic is fluffy but swinging musical romance.
Cecile de France brings to life the story of the rebel in a habit who committed suicide with her lesbian lover.
A fall from a great height turns a shy tech whiz into a macho man.
'The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo' is more of an action-light whodunit than a real thriller.