Kwangmo Lee's exquisite first feature is one of those slowly paced, minimalist Asian pics which play well at festivals but which rarely make it into Western arthouse cinemas. Buffs will revel in the…
Vet British producer Jeremy Thomas makes a creditable directorial debut with "All the Little Animals," a drama about an outcast teen that draws simultaneously on the pastoral and eccentric traditions…
A gay young boxer from the North finds love and disillusionment in trendy London in "Like It Is," a respectable lowbudgeter from first-time director Paul Oremland that mostly steers a refreshing…
A guy who's never gotten a break decides to get even in the delectably sordid "One Against All," an ultra-widescreen slice of jaundice that creates its own unrelentingly tawdry, hermetic universe.
Intentionally recalling Scandi pictures of the '50s in look and feel, "A Summer by the River" is a charming coming-of-ager that's been a B.O. hit on home turf in Finland and could generate some…
Dumas fils . . . .Ryan Artzberger
Veteran Italian actress Stefania Sandrelli has some hammy fun in "We'll Really Hurt You" as a spotlight-seeking former screen star reduced to pulling stunts for the paparazzi. But aside from the…
(Italian, Romanian, Bulgarian, Serbo-Croatian and French dialogue)