Minimalist black comedy exerts a low-energy, dread-tinged fascination that intrigues rather than wows.
A poorly written, unevenly thesped, family-friendly tale of redemption.
A fest piece fueled by the wide-eyed energy of its irrepressible, gay, Jewish composer-arranger-singer-pianist-accordionist, docu hits multiple demographic bases.
Offers few threads that were not already more solidly and stylishly woven into "Unzipped," "Seamless" or "11 Hours."
An informative, amusing, expertly crafted and well-laureled docu.
An oddly endearing mix of graphic sex, young love and home-movie noir from the Shumanski brothers.
This amazing docu confronts the contradictions of reconciliation in a war-ravaged continent.
A melancholy tone poem to the small industrial towns of the Northwest.