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An intriguing premise sparks "The Other Half," Swiss helmer Roland Colla's otherwise murky actioner.
When a celebrated violinist dies suddenly, his grieving widow discovers some secrets he never shared, in smoothly directed dramatic ensembler "Estrellita" from Slovenian writer-director Metod Pevec.
The nicely modulated tone that begins "The Land of Legends," full of black humor and understatement, takes an unfortunate turn toward hysteria halfway through helmer-scripter Rahim Zabihi's debut…
The death of a Palestinian boy becomes a conduit of life for three children in Israel in Leon Geller and Marcus Vetter's remarkably balanced docu "The Heart of Jenin."
Samoan folklore and body-eating skin decor make fuzzy plot partners in "The Tattooist," an otherwise professionally mounted widescreen outing by Kiwi helmer Peter Burger, making his feature debut.