The petty quarrels of the heirs of a Uruguayan novelist are the weak motor of this pic.
Cannes Film Festival
A lighthearted and entirely convincing approach to explaining how the communists lost the Cold War.
Korean sales agency Finecut has closed further deals on its Cannes slate.
Wisely invests in unobtrusive naturalism and powerful but unsentimental storytelling.
Compellingly relates the strange fate of what might have become a major French film of the '60s.
A headstrong adolescent falls in love with an illegal Afghan worker in the concise drama "Heiran."
The practice of forcibly dedicating worshippers to the Indian goddess Yellamma is loudly condemned.
"Heliopolis" offers a sharp critique of Egyptian society.
Rolling off Cannes, Gallic TV powerhouse Marathon has inked a bevy of sales on its toon feature, "Totally Spies."
Charts Truffaut and Godard's relationship in an overly academic and constricted fashion.
Any celebrations for Korean pic "Thirst's" win at the Cannes Film Festival were overshadowed by the suicide of former president Roh Moo-hyun and North Korea's nuclear tests.