Benedikt Erlingsson's excellent debut is a boldly distinctive vision set in a quirky horse-riding community in the Icelandic countryside.
A feel-good lesson in cross-cultural tolerance, Maksim Panfilov's debut feature soon turns sententious and contrived.
Philippe Garrel's slight but watchable comedy-drama has an unexpected emotional warmth.
When the Brooklyn Academy of Music recently organized a series of iconic movies set in this outer borough, it was no surprise that writer-director Noah Baumbach's "The Squid and the Whale" featured…
John Krokidas' first feature feels adventurous yet somewhat hemmed-in as it imagines a vortex of jealousy, obsession and murder that engulfed Allen Ginsberg, William S. Burroughs and Jack Kerouac in…
Love is dramatically lost, unexpectedly regained and then gradually poisoned by uncertainty and jealousy in Alfred de Musset's story.
It may be Philippe Garrel's first film in color in more than a decade, but otherwise there's little sense of the vet helmer trying something different.
A woman's jealousy nearly destroys her relationship in Sophia Takal's insufficiently realized debut feature, "Green."
Jealousy erupts quickly but steamy sex and dull narrative move at a glacial pace in this somnambulistic meller.
Confirming the continuing vibrancy of Korean cinema, Park Chan-ok's striking first feature, "Jealousy is My Middle Name," co-won the New Currents Award at the 7th Pusan Intl. Film Festival which…
Mordant, daring, and way, way out there, "Death Becomes Her" is a very dark comedy that yields far more strange fascination than outright laughs. Catty satire on the obsession with youthful good…