"Adrift in Tokyo" initially ambles in typical indie style, but actually ends up going somewhere.
The angel of death befriends a lonely Tehrani youth in the bizarre but occasionally affecting meller "Music Box," from helmer Farzad Motamen.
Toronto resembles any troubled American city suffused with crime, drugs and stark class differences in Ed Gass-Donnelly's hysterical "This Beautiful City."
A lyrical portrait of a remote Persian Gulf fishing village where smuggling of consumer products -- and people -- has changed the traditional way of life.
Three misfits occupy themselves with their various obsessions before romance rears its divisive head in the amiable, generally low-key Japanese comedy "Fine, Totally Fine." Playing like a stoner…
Nothing succeeds like excess in "Gloss," a pointed, if overlong, contempo fairy tale by 70-year-old Russian vet Andrei Konchalovksy about the victory of style over substance.
Steroid-jacked rehash of "The Constant Gardener" piles up cars and corpses as a lumberjack, hoping to avenge his son's death, body-slams his way through France's pharmaceutical industry.
Love offers a downpour of ennui with occasional showers of enjoyment in the lightweight lesbian meller "Candy Rain," the feature bow by Taiwan's prolific commercials/musicvideo helmer Chen Hung-i.
Basketball and Chinese martial arts combine to mildly amusing effect in pan-Chinese co-production "Kung Fu Dunk."
Ryan Reynolds plays a tightly wound efficiency expert whose marital crisis prompts a turn toward seat-of-his-pants living in "Chaos Theory."