United Artists Films, the recently revamped specialty division at MGM, has inked a two-year co-production and distribution deal with GreeneStreet Films that will foster a certain number of put pics…
There are many striking and beautiful images in "Wild Blue, Notes for Several Voices," but this poetic, experimental documentary on humanity's propensity for brutality is not helped by its languid…
Following on the heels of last year's "The Omega Code" and a renewed fervor of religious fundamentalism, the Mormon-themed "God's Army" emerges as an earnest and good-humored entry in the sub-genre…
Michael Winterbottom and Andrew Eaton's Revolution Films is poised to sign a two-year first-look deal with United Artists Films.
An affectionate chronological trawl through the much-mythologized life of Spanish helmer Luis Bunuel, the docu "Speaking of Bunuel" adds little new to the information pile but organizes it in a…
A mannered exercise in magical realism applied to small-town Russian life, "27 Missing Kisses" is an enervating third feature by Nana Djordjadze. Oscar nominated for "A Chef in Love" in 1996, the…
Tapestry Films has promoted Terry Guerin to director of literary affairs. She will acquire New York-based source material to develop into feature films.
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…
Gary Oldman and Mena Suvari ("American Beauty") are in final negotiations to star in the $42 million action drama "D'Artagnan" for Behaviour Worldwide and Diamant/Cohen Prods., with Steven Paul's…
Reviewed at Quattro Fontane, Rome, April 30, 2000. Original title: Due come noi, non dei migliori. Running time: 109 MIN.