Film seems a hostage to its plot rather than a true reverie on human desire and greed.
Cannes Film Festival
Childhood obligations are illustrated and motherhood is enshrined in the Japanese meller.
Documentation of Blighty helmer's cherished memories.
A cross-cultural love story that cloaks Shakespeare's tragedy in the present-day turmoil of the Middle East.
Venture's visual philosophy is, "If you can spew it, do it!".
A mysterious loner moves through two decades of Parisian life without making a dent in "The Walking Man."
Docu reps a sweetly considered, intimate and professional portrait of Kon Ichikawa.
"Dai Nipponjin" has to be, hands down, the strangest picture in Cannes this year.
Tartan Films has acquired all U.K. rights to eight films at last month's Cannes Film Festival.
Film is a stunning achievement, helmed with a purity and honesty.
Omnibus is overall a thoughtful panorama of the world's have-nots.