A solidly crafted, poignantly acted drama based on a real-life case, "The Thief of Saint Lubin" deals with universal issues of poverty and injustice. A powerful performance from Dominique Blanc as a…
A fascinating portrait of acclaimed larger-than-life gypsy singer Vera Bila, "Black and White in Color" is a fine, gripping study of artistic pride and ethnic intolerance. Though its subject matter…
Reviewed at Vancouver Film Festival, Sept. 25, 1999. Running time: 150 MIN.
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John Malone's pay TV network Starz will get a rare exclusive seven-run window on the Ralph Fiennes starrer "Onegin" before it goes into general release in U.S. theaters.
In "Just One Time," his likable feature directorial debut, Lane Janger continues to develop a trend he helped initiate as producer of "I Think I Do" --- namely, to construct a romantic comedy that…
Taiwanese director Chang Tso-chi was the toast of the 12th Tokyo Intl. Film Festival as his movie about a university coed returning to her hometown for summer vacation called "Darkness and Light"…
Produced by Olivier Mille.
A blood-soaked and aggressively off-putting tale of a man's struggle for redemption and forgiveness, "Bad City Blues" forces the viewer to stew in some very unsavory juices far more than anyone will…
Reviewed at AFI/L.A. Film Festival (Documentary Series), Hollywood, Oct. 28 , 1999. Running time: 72 MIN.
Endangered Species Pictures, the urban specialty arm of HSI-Tomorrow Films, has optioned the Jean Claude LaMarre-penned "Stoop."
Reviewed at Sarajevo Film Festival (New Currents) Aug. 21, 1999. Running time: 48 MIN.