An insidious web of money, sex and power entangles all the characters in Claire Denis' hypnotic nocturnal thriller.
The unhealed wounds of post-apartheid South Africa get a brutal but superficial once-over in Jerome Salle's savagely violent cop thriller.
Justice and vengeance become entwined in "Michael Kohlhaas," Arnaud des Pallieres' stolid treatment of Heinrich von Kleist's influential novella about a 16th-century horse merchant whose mistreatment…
Set to unspool Stateside on HBO, "Behind the Candelabra" is the most bigscreen-worthy film Steven Soderbergh has made since "Che."
Explicit sex scenes mark this absorbing and intelligent exploration of queer desire.
The 12th annual edition of the Jeonju festival's successful Digital Project has united three of Europe's most consistently fascinating and independent filmmakers.
Denis' film views Africa as a kind of drug, intoxicating yet perilous, that never leaves the system.
Herman Melville meets the French Foreign Legion in the middle of the African desert in "Beau Travail," a striking retelling of "Billy Budd, Sailor" in a minimalist, strongly visual key. French…
In "U.S. Go Home," Claire Denis brings toughness and tenderness to the potentially touchy scenario of three teens determined to lose their virginity. Though it was made for French TV, this satisfying…
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