Like his Oscar-winning "A Separation," Asghar Farhadi's latest is an exquisitely sculpted family melodrama in which the end of a marriage is merely the beginning of something else
Explicit sex scenes mark this absorbing and intelligent exploration of queer desire.
Unquestionably Jia's most mainstream-friendly work, if also his most schematic and, blades aside, least penetrating.
This realistically staged but artificially structured drama suggests an extended trailer for an entire season of a French daytime drama.
Francois Ozon's mid-career roll continues with this nuanced, emotionally temperate study of a bourgeois teenage girl who takes up prostitution.
A moody and extremely sensorial debut from scribe-helmers Fabio Grassadonia and Antonio Piazza.
Destined to traumatize buyers and audiences, this accomplished but singularly unpleasant film plunges deep into Mexico's vicious cycle of drug-fueled violence.
'Taken' meets 'The Bourne Identity' in this familiar but energetic and entertaining actioner.
A wannabe musician in his early 30s unexpectedly becomes close buddies with his future father-in-law in "The Brats," the often hilarious but structurally uneven debut of French scribe-helmer Anthony…
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