A pregnant Dutchwoman is caught between two very different brothers in "The Family Way," another well-acted, glossy mainstream romantic comedy from helmer Joram Lursen, thesp-scribe Kim van Kooten…
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A rock star's literature-inclined daughter faces loss and imminent motherhood.
Two young men lose themselves in the cold Parisian night only to find themselves again in nature in "Atomic Age," from tyro scribe-helmer Helena Klotz (daughter of helmer Nicolas and the pic's…
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An intense religious drama set during the Pinochet regime and based on a true story, "The Passion of Michelangelo" reps an ambitious sophomore fiction feature for Chilean writer-director Esteban…
A femme Gallic country cook is elevated to the rank of the president's personal chef in scribe-helmer Christian Vincent's "Haute Cuisine," an airy comedy-drama whose preparation, with its conspicuous…
An Italo woman comes across a rotary telephone that can call into the past in "Discovery at Dawn," the second feature from thesp-helmer Susanna Nicchiarelli ("Cosmonaut").
Continuing down the path suggested by her previous films, Flemish auteur Fien Troch again explores the big mysteries of life in oblique if beautifully staged fashion in "Kid."
Pic is an almost 2 1/2-hour yakfest that can't shut up about sex, relationships and fidelity, but ends up saying little.
A slow-burning oater that's not gun-shy when it matters, "Dead Man's Burden" reps an impressive first feature from producer-turned-helmer Jared Moshe.
Already in heavy fest rotation, the pic should also travel far and wide in smallscreen formats.
A torrid trans-alpine love affair is inconvenienced by the apparent death of an illegal immigrant in Francesco Amato's sophomore effort, "Cosimo & Nicole," which shockingly uses the plight of the…