Adriana Barraza gives a strong performance as a benumbed bureaucrat, representative of a society that makes its women feel disassociated from civil society.
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ROME — The Rome Film Festival has unveiled the lineup of it's 11th edition which will feature a selection of hot Fall fest circuit titles sandwiched between its opening film, Barry Jenkins'…
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Yves Angelo's engrossing though exaggerated psychological noir excels in creating fascinating characters, though the pic suffers from an overextended middle.
Philippe Claudel offers no surprises after establishing the initial set up of lonely child and irresponsible white trash adults in eastern France, though the Chicago jury gave the pic several prizes.
A two-bit criminal loser stumbles upon his powers Toxic Avenger style and learns to care about humanity thanks to a traumatized woman convinced he's the Japanese manga character Steel Jeeg.
Things take a dive in the second half of "Angry Indian Goddesses" when the enjoyable femme-centric stereotype bashing gets overwhelmed by too many of-the-moment subthemes.
Pan Nalin's all-female Bollywood buddy movie “Angry Indian Goddesses” continued its successful run on the fall film festival circuit, winning the BNL People's Choice Award on Sunday at the 10th Rome…
At the core of Rome's new MIA market — which runs Oct. 16-20 — is the New Cinema Network, which launched a decade ago. Now that more than 200 projects have come through this platform for projects in…
Ten years after launching with imperial ambitions, the Rome Film Festival may be finding its more realistic footing as a big city fest like many others, albeit with more flair provided by new…