Director Alain Chartrand revisits the roiling political landscape of his youth in this capably crafted flashback to 1969 Quebec.
Montreal World Film Festival
An admirable if not completely successful attempt to update George Buchner's much-adapted play "Woyzeck."
Danish helmer Per Fly's glossy biopic of popular Swedish singer Monica Zetterlund quickly becomes a checklist of triumph-and-tragedy cliches.
Well-drawn characters, engaging performances and a convincingly rooted storyline distinguish Claudia Pinto Emperador's accomplished debut.
Two middle-aged family men begin a life of crime in first-time Spanish director Alejandro Marzoa's nicely understated black comedy.
Abolfazl Saffary's apocalyptic vision of Iran is as visually compelling as it is shockingly unexpected.
A feel-good lesson in cross-cultural tolerance, Maksim Panfilov's debut feature soon turns sententious and contrived.
Alphan Eseli's shattering debut is a strong, disturbing anti-war film set in Eastern Anatolia following the 1915 Battle of Sarikamis.
Despite Jordis Triebel's strong performance, this latest drama about a divided Germany ultimately gets mired in details.
Mathieu Roy's semi-autobiographical gloomfest wallows in existential angst as two grown sons deal with their aged father's worsening Alzheimer's disease.
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