Pic stands on its own as a solid piece of filmmaking that accepts its subjects for who they are.
"Remember the Daze" demonstrates considerable promise on the part of its director.
An elusive comedy about the long-term consequences of adoption and the emotional vicissitudes of family, "My Brother Is Getting Married" doesn't achieve the union of social satire and reconciliatory…
"Dolina" boasts the most eye-popping production design this side of Terry Gilliam's "Brazil."
"Paloma Delight" is an eventful tale of distaff ingenuity set in contempo Algiers.
"The Fever of '57" has a shot at reaching auds who will find it useful material.
An apparently insoluble romantic impasse resolves itself into double domesticity in "Billo," Laura Muscardin's joyous tale of a Senegalese fashion designer in Rome. Muscardin, whose considerably…
The cat never has the tongue of Ron Holiday in "Cat Dancers,"
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