Executive producer, Maria Ionescu.
Executive producers, Etchie Stroh, Robert Baruc. Co-producer, Deborah Thompson Duda.
Producers of this small-budget indie drama might generate a little homevid action by exploiting a fleeting appearance by "Dawson's Creek" heartthrob James Van Der Beek in a minor supporting role. Pic…
Reviewed at Locarno Film Festival (competing), Aug. 6, 1999. Original title: Ucuncu sayfa. Running time: 94 MIN.
The good news is that Bill Forsyth, after a decade in the commercial outfield, hasn't lost his early gift for observational, character-driven comedy. The not-so-good news is that, though "Gregory's…
Four short stories by renowned Brazilian scribe Joao Guimaraes Rosa spring to life in "Other Stories," a pleasantly modernist directing bow by Pedro Bial. Eerie, unexpected and affecting by turns…
Elephant Juice" is as phony as a three-dollar bill --- and about as worthless. A London-set relationships ensembler that desperately wants to be hip and penetrating at the same time, this first…
By an odd coincidence, the two plays that have received the most accomplished productions during this summer's 45th Williamstown Theater Festival are from Broadway's 1967-68 season. The first was Tom…
A contentious on-the-road reunion ends with a reaffirmation of family values in the unremarkable but engaging "My American Vacation," which should find its most receptive audience on cable.
Rising British thesp Samantha Morton ("Under the Skin") provides the heart and soul of "Dreaming of Joseph Lees," a small-scale period meller, almost European in flavor, about a young woman's…
"Rosemary's Baby" gets an extraterrestrial twist in "The "Astronaut's Wife," an aggressively stylish but dramatically flaccid drama that plays like an upscale reprise of a '50s sci-fi potboiler…