Russia's 2010 Oscar submission. is less interested in the politics of its chosen milieu than in a glowering hero's machismo.
Victor Cubillos' sneaky film appears to be 17-year-old Cristian's personal docu about his dead brother.
Pic is a harmlessly silly trifle that should fast-forward to homevid after a few pro forma theatrical bookings.
Anyone under the impression that runway models are a slightly self-absorbed species won't be dissuaded by "Picture Me."
A happily anomalous, deceptively corny docu with old-fashioned narration.
A dead-serious version of "Groundhog Day" that mixes supernatural tidbits with slices of anarchic violence.
Fests, specialty exhibs and classy vid play beckon.
It's a rare film that feels too short, but pic leaves one wanting more -- more story.
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