After some minor fest action, ancillary looms.
Toronto International Film Festival
Manages a neat trick in playing grotesque and black-comedy elements as wry realism.
Relentlessly paced and mostly unfunny comedy has style to spare.
The mildly entertaining "East Is East" sequel reunites the Khan family and retains the non-PC humor.
This snapshot of 1960s and early '70s culture should appeal to Western artscasters.
A shaggy dog story with little bite.
Austerity is one thing in a thriller, starving the audience of suspense, character-insight and thrills quite another.
Modest but affecting drama of self-discovery.