Suffused with a valedictory feel that is part timing, part subject matter, Frederick Wiseman's "Belfast, Maine" stands with the very best of the doc dean's substantial body of work, a shrewd and…
"The Last Best Sunday" is rendered instantly watchable by an extraordinary American bigscreen debut from Angela Bettis. Young thesp plays a conflicted yet feisty adolescent who finds her ticket out…
The Basement and the Kitchen" is a feeble thriller that works sophomorically hard to mine themes of paranoia and separation anxiety. Pic is tough going for about 35 minutes, at which point…
Reviewed at Seattle Film Festival, June 2, 1999. Running time: 92 MIN.
A taut, modest and refreshingly clear-eyed indie thriller produced on a budget so low the screenwriter is listed as one of the caterers, "Dead Dogs" is a claustrophobic and involving genre exercise…
Compact and pithy, "Creature" is an unwitting reverse companion piece to Monika Treut's recent "Gendernauts," charting four years on the rocky road from man to woman of a transplanted North…
Produced by Adam Shapiro, Charles Salmon, Tom Wilhite. Executive producers, Marie Vine, Yukio Sonoyama. Co-producers, Eva Redfern, Nick de Grunwald.
The Last Best Sunday" is rendered instantly watchable by an extraordinary American bigscreen debut from Angela Bettis. Young thesp plays a conflicted yet feisty adolescent who finds her ticket out of…
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