This story of a father heroically joining a triathlon with his wheelchair-bound kid is shamelessly sentimental but tough to resist.
Edgar Reitz continues his visionary sweep through history with this black-and-white prequel to his "Heimat" juggernaut.
Considered Algeria's most important living director, Merzak Allouache delivers one of his best films with this multi-stranded tale.
Gianfranco Rosi explores Rome's Grande A the most extensive urban highway in Italy, in this intriguing but all-over-the-place docu.
This smug but effective middlebrow crowdpleaser shrewdly mines its real-life material for laughs and righteous anger as well as tears.
This blood-spattered pseudo-Freudian nonsense is suitable only for the most avid giallo groupies.
Writer-director Rebecca Zlotowski's sophomore feature is an engrossing, superbly acted working-class melodrama.
An insidious web of money, sex and power entangles all the characters in Claire Denis' hypnotic nocturnal thriller.
The titular central character never really comes into focus in Yolande Moreau's straightforward but uninvolving solo-directing debut.
The unhealed wounds of post-apartheid South Africa get a brutal but superficial once-over in Jerome Salle's savagely violent cop thriller.
Another demanding and deeply rewarding investigation into the Holocaust from documentarian Claude Lanzmann.
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