Beguilingly simple, relaxed in its mastery and enhanced by Isabelle Huppert's impeccable poise, helmer-writer Hong Sang-soo's ambivalently titled "In Another Country" plays like the flipside of his…
When an expat professor returns to Iran after 22 years abroad, he becomes mired in bureaucratic frustrations and domestic intrigue in "A Respectable Family," a daringly caustic drama that reps the…
Downtrodden and ragtag, yet resilient and animated in more ways than one, the protags of "Consuming Spirits" lead a hard-knock life in an Appalachian town rife with secrets.
A handsome work that makes up in skill and honesty what it lacks in originality.
Anchored by two intense, intertwined perfs by veteran Vincent Lindon and relative newcomer Soko, this period drama offers a coolly febrile study of madness, Victorian sexual politics and power.
Four childhood friends from the slums are recruited by Islamic fundamentalists and turned into suicide bombers in Nabil Ayouch's affecting, strongly edited "Horses of God."
Possibly setting a record for most images of needles piercing human skin in a motion picture, Brandon Cronenberg's syringe-tastic "Antiviral" suggests the fledgling filmmaker has some…
Chris O'Dowd stars in this jumbled, sketchily written but vastly appealing true-life musical comedy.
Michael Haneke's most intimate film in nearly a quarter-century, "Amour" relates the tragic final months in a relationship with at least six decades' worth of history.
A beautifully made, deeply emotional drama that catches auds up in its troubled protags' lives, all the way to a staggering finale.
Exploring the disturbing ripple effects of a false sexual-abuse accusation, this absorbing if not particularly innovative picture will fit snugly into the recent run of solid Danish dramas that have…