A mostly entertaining drama from Santo Domingo about what happens when a rich kid swaps places with a poor one, "Junior" is often downright clumsy but is largely remedied by the freshness and…
A striking lest-we-forget tale suffers from unstriking treatment in Javier Balaguer's docudrama "Natives of the Night," an uninspiringly stolid take on the horrors inflicted on the Dominican Republic…
Children and parents alike live in fear of being bullied in "Cowards," a well-turned sophomore drama from a helming duo whose debut -- Barcelona barrio dramedy "Tapas" -- was one of 2005's…
Given its social significance, Basque terrorism has been the subject of surprisingly few Spanish films -- a situation the disturbing "Who's Next" aims to rectify.
"Small Country" is admirable in its refusal to exploit the story of the 1973 military coup to the cinematic maximum and for keeping its eye on the truth.
"14, Fabian Road" is, at its heart, gripping, but wobbly around the edges.
Part noir, part tango homage and part feminist tract, "Flower of Seduction" is a worthy project that nonetheless fails to blossom into satisfying drama.
Feathered friends falling from the sky rep a nightmare for the residents of Spanish suburbia in "Dead Birds."