Slow-moving, almost dreamlike Brazilian black-and-white film "Southwest" has the initial feel of a tropical Tarkovsky or a Bela Tarr movie with better weather.
Morelia's artistic director Daniela Michel goes the extra mile for the young festival
Bela Tarr's reportedly final film is an apocalyptically bleak statement about the futility of it all.
Six years after the 7-1/2-hour "Satan's Tango," Magyar maverick Bela Tarr makes a stunning feature return with "Werckmeister Harmonies," another hypnotic meditation on popular demagogy and mental…
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