Filmed by Bright/Kauffman/Crane Prods. in association with Warner Bros. TV. Executive producers, Kevin S. Bright, Marta Kauffman, David Crane; producer, Pete Segal; director, Will MacKenzie; writers…
"Top of the World," Cort Tramontin's impressive directorial debut, belongs to the "reunion" genre of "The Big Chill,""Return of the Secaucus 7" and "Peter's Friends." Angst-ridden tale examines the…
Also with: Vincent Cassel, Tadek Lokcinski, Jany Holt, Marc Berman, Jean-Pierre Cassel, Brigitte Bemol.
The surprise opening of Sharon Pollack's "Fair Liberty's Call" promises more than her interesting new history play delivers; the audience stands for "Oh Canada," only to discover the anthem is part…
A generally likable pic about a family living on a small island off the coast of British Columbia in the 1960s, "The Lotus Eaters" could attract audiences willing to go along with the gentle mood and…
In Belgrade, Goupil confronts a popular Serb actress who's against the war. She becomes irritated with his following her around with a camera. In Sarajevo, he meets filmmaker Ademir Kenovic, who…
Also with: Nicolau Breyner, Joao Perry, Joao Grosso, Maria Joao Luis, Fernando Curado Ribeiro, Chica Xavier, Canto e Castro, Fernando Heitor, Cecilia Guimaraes, Laurent Moine, Jose Laplaine.
Directed by Mika Kaurismaki, the older but less famous brother of Aki Kaurismaki, "The Last Border" is a rare film -- a spoof of the "Mad Max" cult films that also works as a futuristic adventure in…
"A Shadow of Doubt" is a riveting exploration of how a father's presumed abuse of his young daughter destroys each member of a middle-class French family , and how society deals with incest. Director…
Though her film ambles into its story, actress-turned-filmmaker Micheline Lanctot ultimately delivers a hard-hitting drama of sibling bonding in "Deux Actrices."
Reviewed at Cannes Film Festival (market), May 21, 1993. (In Edinburgh, Telluride film festivals.) Running time: 86 MIN.