East-West yarn of sapphic love crashes on the reefs of its exoticism.
"Skills Like This" coasts on laid-back absurdist rhythms as three twentysomething pals scramble to redefine themselves in the wake of one's self-affirming discovery of his talents as a thief.
An emotionally scarred city-dweller moves to the countryside in the hope of finding some peace.
Compelling take on Bluebeard gets to the original story's heart of darkness with impressive results.
Cardboard characters and severe problems of tone fatally flaw this awkward relationship drama.
Maddening, undisciplined, solipsistic: adjectives to describe teen behavior and "My Suicide."
Gary Yates bounces back with another ensemble comedy of hopeless losers in "High Life."
Watching "Everyone Else" is akin to spending a vacation with people you know you won't like from the first day.
The unhappiest young woman in Teuton literature is resuscitated again onscreen in "Effi Briest."
"North" follows an anxious, dejected 30-year-old as he reluctantly journeys through spectacular arctic landscapes.
All countries eventually make a movie like "The Rainbow Troops," Riri Riza's pleasant, attractive heartstrings-tugger about a working-class school and the dedicated teacher determined to mold…