Pic boasts a relatively conventional storyline peppered with heavy verbal violence, trippy visual metaphors and a cacophonous soundtrack that mark it as a strictly outre item for dedicated arthouse…
An inexperienced intern at a Thuringia hospital isn't equipped to handle love in "Dreileben -- Beats Being Dead," from German auteur Christian Petzold ("Yella," "Jerichow").
Set in the '70s and endowed with the era's crime-drama muscle, "Kill the Irishman" also suffers from the period's proclivity for cloying sentiment and a tendency to Robin Hood-ize its story of a…
A cheerfully delusional patient locks horns with the chief doctor at a Finnish mental hospital over the course of a decade in "Princess."
Leisurely but decidedly un-PC comedy-drama could easily lose a reel, but nonetheless has more than its fair share of cantankerous charms.
A dysfunctional family dependent on the pension of a widowed relative raids an old folks' home for a substitute when the original dies in the flat dark comedy "72 Hours."
A well-crafted sophomore feature that could have packed a wallop with a tighter script.
"Chalet Girl" slaloms exuberantly down a predictable path, kicking up regular flurries of fun along the way.
"Free Hands" is a strongly acted but thematically imprecise debut from thesp-turned-helmer Brigitte Sy.
Might be perfect for gorehound fanboys, but for all others, a bit of a drag.