The simple, broadly comic tale from Oz helmer Kriv Stenders harks back to the values (production and otherwise) of an earlier era.
Berlin Film Festival
In 1982 Peru, a sheltered young girl with a morbid imagination acts out her anxiety over the impending birth of a baby brother in the atmospheric, death-haunted "Bad Intentions."
Two shortened versions of the pic will do best on TV after the present format travels the docu and gay fest circuit.
A memorably peculiar, phallically stylized coming-of-ager.
The legacy of Spanish molecular-gastronomy mecca El Bulli will live on in this gleaming observational docu.
An intimate look at the lives and forced departures of the last few residents of a Belgian village.
Asghar Farhadi's Iranian drama "Nader and Simin, a Separation," a look at contemporary Iranian society, took the top three awards at the Berlinale on Saturday.
Iranian Asghar Farhadi's Berlin Golden Bear, actor and actress winner, "Nader and Simin, A Separation," also looks a strong candidate for another crown: Berlin's 2011 European Film Market's artpic…