A closeup portrait of three Barcelona women coming to terms with their circumstances.
A preposterous premise is skillfully crafted into enjoyable, stately romance in "Mad Love."
A return home for a funeral reps an eye-opening experience for both a young outsider and the audience in debutante Mar Coll's "Three Days With the Family." Evocative portrait of a Catalan clan being…
A quietly compelling romantic comedy about the awkwardness between two outsiders in rural Argentina.
David Planell's "The Shame," an intense drama about two parents' attempts to return an adopted child, won best film prize at the 12th Malaga Spanish Film Festival, which wrapped Saturday.
A spaced-out attempt at an X-ray of Spanish youth.
Partly a film about films and partly a film about love, Pedro Almodovar's "Broken Embraces" can't quite decide where its allegiances lie. A restless, rangy and frankly enjoyable genre-juggler that…
Penelope Cruz is in early negotiations to reteam with Sergio Castellitto, the Italian director whose 2004 "Don't Move" gave the thesp her first career-making role.
Awakening teenage sexuality falls victim to darker things in Manuel Gomez Pereira's flawed but intriguing "The Hanged Man."
Docu "Swimming" palliates its somber themes with wit, charm and a shot of thriller-like intrigue.