Playing the fest circuit after its Sundance premiere, pic might gain modest offshore theatrical and disc exposure.
Stylish "The Piano in a Factory" offers fitful entertainment value but little narrative cohesion or momentum.
Stephane Gauger's sophomore feature, "Saigon Electric," is brash, baldly commercial and trendy.
A modest, involving drama that hits few surprising notes but feels astutely knowledgeable about its subject.
"Almost Perfect" starts out as a romantic comedy, then gradually wends its way toward a more serious treatment of family dysfunction.
"The North Pool" will attract future productions, as it touches on topical issues while providing actors opportunity for a tour-de-force.
Two lonely people in the night -- and the next morning, and afternoon -- find one another in the Brit romance "Forget Me Not."
An amiable overview of the board game's history and impact, alongside a moderately engaging portrait of players preparing for the 2009 World Monopoly Championship.