There's more than a nodding resemblance between the Dutch "Oude Tongen" and the work of David Lynch, particularly his "Twin Peaks"' cycle. Unfortunately, that comparison works against this quirky…
Review: ‘Loyalty and Betrayal: The Story of the American Mob Fox, Mon. July 25, Tues. July 26, 8 p.m.’
# Handsomely filmed by d.p. Clive Tickner, this mid-18th-century costumer about an orphan forced into taking punishment for a spoiled young prince will grab youthful viewers with its verve and…
Reviewed at Cannes Film Festival (market), May 21, 1994. Running time: 85 MIN.
A wholly indie pic, produced without government funding (though the Australian Film Commission came up with a marketing grant after completion), "Lex and Rory" rates an A for the effort and…
Reviewed at Leura screening room, Leura, Australia, April 30, 1994. (In Sydney Film Festival.) Running time: 93 MIN.
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China's most celebrated actress, Gong Li, crops up playing the leading role in this Taiwanese-Chinese co-production, which opened recently in Hong Kong and is making the rounds of Chinatown cinema…
"The Princess From the Mill" radiates an innocence, honesty and love for its story that will make this charming Czech fairy tale a bull's-eye hit with the primary school set and their parents…
San Francisco playwright/lyricist Henry Mach scored veteran lesbian/gay Theater Rhinoceros' greatest hit with 1990's "Dirty Dreams of a Clean-Cut Kid," a nostalgic look back at free-loving Castro…
"Jupiter's Wife," the engaging portrait of a spirited and articulate homeless woman whose stomping ground is New York's Central Park, is a wonderful piece of sociological detective work in which…