Ensembler set during a young guy's final night in his hometown is a well-crafted romancer.
An uninflected, docu-like study of an 18-year-old Dutch woman searching for her birth mother.
An "Odd Couple"-cum-martial-arts-road-movie set some 2,000 years ago.
With three days to go in the Berlinale's 60th anni, "festive" is hardly the adjective most of the assembled press and industryites would apply to the program screened so far.
The final seg of self-styled Turkish auteur Semih Kaplanoglu's "Honey, Milk, Egg" trilogy.
A young city cop has a helluva first 24 hours riding the High Country in Oz splatter Western.
Pic will be a downer for any except gay male auds in search of some lusciously lensed softcore porn.
Four years (and several Olympics duties) after "Curse of the Golden Flower," mainland Chinese helmer Zhang Yimou returns with the much more ascetic, chamber-like dramedy "A Woman, a Gun and a Noodle…
Korean Academy of Film Arts alum So Sang-min makes a promising feature debut with "I'm in Trouble!."
Schanelec can't come up with anything to fill the compositions other than banal encounters.
A talky but involving fakumentary that continually plays with the line between reality and fiction.
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