An intense, restrained drama about a married butcher who falls in love with a seductive younger man in Jerusalem's insular ultra-orthodox community.
Cannes Film Festival
An admirably un-manipulative drama about the impermanence of relationships and the resilience of kids in the face of it.
With its heightened language, pitch-perfect performances and precision lensing in gorgeous widescreen, pic could be a specialty item for Euro distribs willing to go the extra mile to support a young…
Uninvolving, unconvincing pic by usually interesting writer-helmer lacks any of the emotional tension or subtlety of his previous gem.
Michael Haneke's film is immaculately crafted, entirely absorbing and difficult to embrace.
Even before Park Chan-Wook's "Thirst" made its Cannes bow, there was buzz about the availability of remake rights.
EuropaCorp has sold out 80% of territories on Luc Besson's next directorial gig, the French-language "The Extraordinary Adventures of Adele Blanc-Sec."
Sheikha Al Zein Al-Sabah, a member of Kuwait's ruling family, is looking to turn her Eagle Vision Media Group into a home for Arab filmmakers hoping to break into the international market.