Unchecked histrionics overrun vivid ballistics in the Canadian World War I meller "Passchendaele" (pronounced "passiondale.").
Charts the rise and fall of legendary 1970s pic production-distribution co-operative Filmverlag der Autoren.
A failed cellist connects with his inner undertaker, his rural hometown and his newly deceased father in the tonally eccentric, lushly scored meller "Departures."
A harrowing vision of a hell on earth, not-for-the-squeamish docu "Children of the Pyre" profiles seven Indian boys who tend an ancient, sprawling, 24/7 open-air crematorium.
A promising night at the theater becomes a micro-budgeted, vid-shot acting exercise in the pleasingly convoluted yet increasingly self-conscious murder meller "Four of a Kind."
Still waters run sublimely deep in the deceptively placid, thought-provoking family drama "It All Begins at Sea."
A naive Belgrade-based theater company embarks on an increasingly dangerous whistle-stop of the 1993 Bosnian war-torn stix in vet writer-helmer Goran Markovic's jet-black road movie, "The Tour"
A harrowing vision of a hell on earth, not-for-the-squeamish docu profiles seven Indian boys who tend an ancient, sprawling, 24/7 open-air crematorium.
Going exactly where it says in the title, "Nowhere Man" squanders a strong first act to emerge as a droopy existential dramedy about a happily married fortysomething who has the chance to assume a…
A moody city girl takes over her late grandfather's abandoned Argentine ranch in the droll dramedy "The Stranger," from writer-director Fernando Diaz.
There's little nourishment or piquancy in "The Invention of Curried Sausage," a flavorless adaptation of Uwe Timm's 1993 tome about a lonely Hamburg woman who shelters an AWOL navy man in the waning…