Narrator: Randy Quaid.
There's some of the same gentle, meditative feel to "The Crossing" as there was in Yoichi Higashi's previous "Village of Dreams," though the new pic lacks the studied rural beauty and period setting…
Produced, directed by Jean-Marie Teno. Camera (color), Teno, Moussa Diakite; editor, Christiane Badgley; music, Ben's Belinga. Reviewed at Berlin Film Festival (Panorama), Feb. 12, 2000. Original…
New Line Cinema has purchased screen rights to Brit novelist Geoff Nicholson's "Then" for an undisclosed sum.
Cult Japanese director Sabu makes a stunning return to form with "Monday," his fourth and best movie to date. A meticulously crafted black comedy about an ordinary salary man sucked deeper and deeper…
Fears of the sophomore curse clearly didn't worry filmmaking duo Olivier Ducastel and Jacques Martineau, who've followed their Jacques Demy-like AIDS musical "Jeanne and the Perfect Guy" with an…
Filled to the brim with damning facts and figures, and fueled by equal measures of mournful despair and moral outrage, "The Charcoal People" is a well-intentioned tract that's much too attractive for…
Reviewed on videocassette, Houston, March 9, 2000. (In Sundance Film Festival ---American Spectrum, Berlin Film Festival market, SXSW Film Festival.) Running time: 71 MIN.
Renowned production designer Bo Welch will make his feature directing debut on "Sprockets," the Imagine Films comedy for Universal in which Mike Myers will star from a script Myers wrote with Jack…
Reviewed at Cinequest San Jose Film Festival, Feb. 27, 2000. Running time: 43 MIN.
An exceptional performance by Karoline Eichhorn as a patient lesbian lover provides dramatic underpinning to "Unknown Friend," an atmospheric debut by Norwegian writer-director Anne Hoegh Krohn…