MADRID — Cannes would not quite be Cannes without a film starring French actress Isabelle Huppert. It's just got one: Thirteen-time Cannes competition contender Huppert toplines comedy "Paris…
If it weren't for the luminous face of Belgian actress Pauline Etienne ("Restless"), this plodding adaptation of Diderot's anti-clerical novel would be a snoozefest of epic proportions.
The "Cosmopolis" team -- director-actor David Cronenberg, novelist Don DeLillo and producer Paolo Branco -- are re-uniting on "Body Art," helmed by Italy's Luca Guadagnino.
Italy's contentious debate over euthanasia forms the backdrop to Marco Bellocchio's thought-provoking exploration of life, love and politics, "Dormant Beauty."
The pic is big, but not big enough; historical, but not exactly accurate; and the extra stuffing, which made "Mysteries" a treasure box of discoveries, here feels merely undigested.
Beguilingly simple, relaxed in its mastery and enhanced by Isabelle Huppert's impeccable poise, helmer-writer Hong Sang-soo's ambivalently titled "In Another Country" plays like the flipside of his…
Brillante Mendoza's "Captive" forcefully dramatizes the 2001-02 Dos Palmas hostage crisis.
Even without the wire hangers, Eva Ionesco's semi-autobiographical debut, "My Little Princess," feels an awful lot like other monster-mommy tales, only this time.
Claude Chabrol's mesmerizing 1995 thriller "La Ceremonie" was arguably his best work in years and would have been cause for celebration as the prolific Gallic veteran's 50th feature. It was his 49th…