Amarginally soapy but generally well-intentioned lesbian melodrama from veteran Turkish director Atif Yilmaz, "Walking After Midnight" springs few surprises but is held together by a studied perf…
"The Broken Journey" was skedded as scenarist Satyajit Ray's next directorial project when the veteran Indian helmer became ill and died in early 1992. After a delay, his son Sandip resumed…
Reviewed at Berlin Film Festival (market), Feb. 14, 1994. Running time: 98 MIN.
This 1944 Sovfilm was assumed lost until its discovery in an archive last year. Simply mounted but compelling patriotic melodrama should draw a season of bookings on the cinematheque circuit.
"Two Cops," a new Korean comedy, proves that the police genre can easily] cross national and language barriers. This character-driven farce, about the relationship of a corrupt, easygoing cop and his…
The ghosts of a secret policeman's misdeeds come back to haunt him in "Iz," an assured feature bow by Turkish director Yesim Ustaoglu that should travel well on the festival circuit and attract…
If ever a film flaunted itself, it's "The Adventures of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert." A cheerfully vulgar and bitchy, but essentially warmhearted, road movie with a difference, which boasts an…
"Angels in America" more than survives Roy Cohn. Even with the departure of the acclaimed Ron Liebman, Tony Kushner's epic remains the finest production on Broadway.
Reminiscent of early Peter Weir films, especially "Picnic at Hanging Rock," Andre Burke's "Odile and Yvette at the Edge of the World" is a provocative allegory about the innocence and yearnings of…