Dover Kosashvili's costumer offers surroundings so vibrant that tragedy seems an indulgence.
"The Two Escobars" are related not by blood, but by a Colombian soccer team.
"Letters to Juliet" is curiously sexless (the PG rating says it all).
Pic abstractly manipulates multiple layers of representation to shattering effect.
Simultaneously hilarious and horrific, Alexander Gentelev's extraordinary docu "Thieves by Law" offers a clear, concise and shockingly candid account of Russian gangsterism as told by the shamelessly…
A succession of straight-talking elderly strippers relate the history of burlesque.
Timothy Hutton's fine, loose-limbed perf as a man adrift lifts "Multiple Sarcasms" out of cliche-ridden territory.
A schoolgirl's seeming crush on her curvaceous teacher turns obsessive.
An elegant exercise in horror, "After.Life" spins a strong visual web around its thesps.
Downbeat romantic comedy "Breaking Upwards" reps a variation on the docu-fiction hybrid.