Fernando Coimbra's child abduction drama can feel clunky and overambitious, but gathers steam and displays considerable drive as it progresses.
Toronto International Film Festival
More entree than main course, Menno Meyjes' adaptation of Herman Koch's novel is a pretentious talkathon.
Lisa Langseth draws intense and committed performances in this cathartic oddball drama about an unconventional therapy group.
Zeitgeist Films has acquired all U.S. rights to Calin Peter Netzer’s “Child’s Pose,” winner of the Golden Bear at Berlin and the Romanian entry for Best Foreign Language Film at the Academy Awards…
Fernando Eimbcke's latest deadpan comedy observes a mother coming to accept the imminent end of her son's childhood.
A strident political message, a sitcomish/soapy narrative and an overly bright TV-style look mar this story of life under Israeli occupation.
Even die-hard fans of distinctive Turkish auteur Reha Erdem may find their patience stretched by this ponderous island-set tale.
This fascinating three-part series of interlocking narratives ponders various forms of disability in highly cinematic fashion.
A typically riveting turn by Mathieu Amalric keeps this twisty and increasingly bizarre thriller from going off the rails.
Mariana Rondon's impressively multilayered drama brings a powerful specificity to the story of a boy and his embittered single mother.
William Blake's oft-quoted observation about finding the world in a grain of sand comes to mind more than once during "Manakamana."