A pageant of piquant politics, social and economic allegories, Christmas, gluttony and orphans.
A hilarious and harrowing exercise in marriage prevention.
A scattershot examination of forced labor, coerced prostitution and modern slavery.
An elegiac drama about youthful ideals, spent political passion and the Prima Linea.
Has the same problem as some of its characters -- namely, an excess of unwarranted attitude.
"Presumed Guilty" is a compelling tale of corruption and sloth.
"The Sunshine Boy" is, for many minutes, a primer on autism.
Carl Bessai's small-caliber "Cole" tells a familiar story about a poor boy trying to make good.
Doc takes a long time finding the dramatic traction it needs to move beyond the picturesque.
The late Glenn Gould was classical music's Michael Jackson.
Pic supposes a world in which ads are so pervasive, your neighbors could be "stealth marketers."