How can a lonely woman break out of a decades-long devolution into dowdiness and invisibility? Thereby hangs a tail in Russian director Ivan I. Tverdovsky’s second feature after his well-received…
In his quasi-metaphysical thriller "The Confessions," Italian director Roberto Andò disrupts a G8 summit by slipping in a mysterious and unorthodox monk.
It's fair to say that anyone who goes to see “Mike and Dave Need Wedding Dates” will expect a certain amount of bang (pun intended) for their buck. The movie, after all, has “wedding” in the title…
An exquisite, evocative and elusive tale of abandonment and the psychological scars of war, "House of Others" is, incredibly, the first feature from Georgian director Rusudan Glurjidze.
The thesis that many thirtysomething men these days are essentially still children in larger (and often dirtier) T-shirts is hardly a revelatory one in the age of Judd Apatow, but "Kamper"…
In his sophomore feature, helmer-writer Attila Till puts a new spin on the term "differently abled" with this tale of two twentysomethings from a Budapest rehab center who enter a new realm when they…
Perhaps not the most original film you'll see all year, but very possibly the most instantly lovable.
"Blush" is perhaps not the most apposite English-language title for writer-director Michal Vinik's fresh, frank look at coming out and coming of age in contemporary Israel: It's a film that shows…
"The Have-Nots" deserves praise for revealing an often transparent truth: that the ties that bind us to each other are irrevocably influenced by events over which we have no control.
An elegantly disquieting investigation into the interrelation of faith, violence and sexual degradation, held together by a rivetingly sure-footed performance by German star Martina Gedeck.
Remember what it was like to be young and in love? If you do, chances are your memories don't much resemble "Kids in Love," a tale of moneyed youth rebellion that is as reality-averse as the pretty…