After being abducted as girl and held prisoner for eight years by a strange man, a young woman tries to adjust to freedom.
"Diner," written and directed by Barry Levinson, is a wonderful movie. That simple sentence began a lengthy, thoughtful review by Pauline Kael in the April 5, 1982, New Yorker, a review that saved a…
Lynn Roth's coming-of-ager about a Jewish boy growing up in 1947 Palestine.
Ghosts fill Athol Fugard's "Coming Home," a haunting yet clear-eyed play of lost dreams, receiving its world preem at New Haven's Long Wharf Theater.
An intimate but unauthorized portrait of a great American photographer and filmmaker, Gerald L. Fox's "Leaving Home, Coming Home -- A Portrait of Robert Frank" takes the viewer deep inside his…
Disney's world preem of "Sweet Home Alabama" on Monday was a lesson in down-home hospitality, albeit with an urban twist.
Coming Home is in general an excellent Hal Ashby film which illuminates the conflicting attitudes on the Vietnam debacle from the standpoint of three participants. Jerome Hellman's fine production…