Packed to the gills with human interest, this thoroughly engaging documentary premieres on PBS in September.
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.
Sold to MSNBC Films for broadcast later this year (in a much shorter version), it's a tube natural.
An engrossing look at the benefits and perils of "medical tourism."
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.
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