International sales will be spotty for this Montreal World fest prize-winner.
General commercial prospects for this pic about morality and immortality look short-lived.
Two journalists and two medicos take a dangerous road trip just after the U.S. invasion of Iraq.
Engrossing drama's straightforward storytelling may lack the large scale or distinctive style, but will score with fest auds and select ancillary buyers.
Leaves one begging for more at one unflaggingly delightful hour.
Plays it very safe with a young-dog-teaches-old-dog-new-tricks concept that has Andy Griffith's octogenarian widower coached back into the dating world by his grandson.
Pic adds a little realism and relationship depth to the teen sex-comedy genre.
Tracy Letts' Pulitzer winner hits the road with all strengths intact.
Writer-director David Twohy is in fine form with a muscularity not seen since 2000's "Pitch Black."
"Lost Islands" wraps pages of recent Israeli history around family seriocomedics.
Show may appeal to regional houses looking for new and unchallenging chamber-scaled tuners.