Reviews

  • Film

Review: ‘East Is East’

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A traditional Pakistani father finds his family spinning out of cross-cultural control in "East Is East," a sprightly acted, warm and often extremely funny ensemble comedy set in early-'70s, northern…

  • Film

Review: ‘M/Other’

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Nobuhiro Suwa won the Netpac award in Rotterdam in 1997 for his first feature, "2/Duo"; his sophomore outing, "M/Other," continues to explore similar domestic themes, though this time at excessive…

  • TV

Review: ‘Cleopatra’

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She started out as Julius Caesar's bimbo eruption run amok, navigated a circuitous, deadly path as the Queen of Egypt and wound up folding a poisonous serpent to her breast as the kingdom began to…

  • Film

Review: ‘Charisma’

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Prolific, always interesting Japanese helmer Kiyoshi Kurosawa comes up with another mind-bender in "Charisma," a realistic allegory on his favorite subject -- human behavior out of joint with natural…

  • Film

Review: ‘Harem Suare’

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An ornately styled tale that cries out for lucid simplicity, "Harem Suare" tells of an odalisque and a eunuch, drawn together by love and the desire for power in a Turkish harem in the early 1900s…

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