Destined to traumatize buyers and audiences, this accomplished but singularly unpleasant film plunges deep into Mexico's vicious cycle of drug-fueled violence.
Broadway director Michael Mayer ("Spring Awakening," "American Idiot") takes on his first opera with the Met's new "Rigoletto," which he relocates from 16th-century Mantua to Rat Pack-era Las Vegas.
This revival reduces Inge's characters to broad caricatures and finds more comedy than pathos in their lives of quiet desperation.
Carlos Reygadas, the leading light of a new generation of Mexican helmers, has teamed with producer partner Jaime Romandia to launch international sales company: NDM (short for Nodream-Mantarraya).
"Somewhere" star Stephen Dorff has stepped in to replace Matt Dillon in the indie pic "Boot Tracks," and Ray Winstone has also joined the cast, with Michelle Monaghan as the female lead.
While the Mip TV mart in Cannes began winding down on Wednesday, international format sales continued to boost business.
A moving but unfocused expose of the way the U.S. Army sidelines soldiers returning from Iraq who exhibit Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder.
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