Typical yarn of an obsessive love that destroys the very object of that love and shot through with a critique of South Korea's fascination with physical perfection.
An autistic sibling teaches valuable life lessons in the alternately soft and intense Oz family-friendly drama.
Pic focuses on a messy, and rather tedious, emotional menage a trois between an idealistic young woman, drifter and cop.
Turkish Canadian docmaker Isaac Isitan's "The Women of Brukman" stands as the most explicitly anticapitalist film at Sundance 2008.
Docu elements clumsily intrude on an otherwise sweet and moving dramatized tribute to helmer Shingo Wakagi's grandfather in "Waltz in Starlight."
Low-budget pic benefits from a charming central perf by teenage thesp Inessa Kislova, and bowing helmer Abai Kulbai has enough creative flair to indicate that he's a talent to watch, but at times the…
"Cloverfield" star Michael Stahl-David finds himself embroiled in yet another pseudo-verite experiment, as a trio of young college grads turn the cameras on themselves while orchestrating a…
Testosterone is thick as paste in "Dog Eat Dog," a slice of slick trash about bad guys pitched against each other, from Colombian co-writer-director and musicvideo vet Carlos Moreno.
Part of a trend in collectively made Latin American films, "The Wind and the Water" is an unusual work hatched by young Panamanians inside and outside the country's indigenous Kuna tribe.
"The Sun Street Boys" arrives a year later than a raft of other similarly themed features, but bests them all in sheer visual chutzpah.