There's an undeniably populist appeal, light as meringue and twice as sweet, in the pic's arm's-reach sophistication.
Edmond Rostand's classic text gets a contempo kimchi tweak in Kim Hyeon-seok's romantic comedy "Cyrano Agency."
The reliably robust market for inspirational tales of World War II derring-do is efficiently targeted by generic action adventure "Age of Heroes."
Antonio Banderas-starrer "The Big Bang" is a borderline unintelligible, scattershot attempt at Lynchian neo-noir that takes intellectual and aesthetic risks it has no reasonable hope of pulling off.
The combination of free jazz with the quest for artistic freedom is the off-handed focus of rambling and scruffy "The Monsters."
An engaging study of a couple in crisis living on the Buenos Aires Delta, "The Stones" is minimalist to a fault.
A name cast and the backing of India-based Reliance Big will likely push this offbeat quasi-comedy to respectable earnings, if not quite cult status.
An impressive first half isn't sustained after the midpoint in Giuseppe Gagliardi's "Tatanka."
Like the patriarchal, conservative society it seeks to condemn "Felicitas" is too concerned with making the right impression and not enough with emotional truth.
A sun-dappled, too loose-limbed road movie only moderately spiced up by that ever-dependable Gallic institution, the insouciant menage-a-trois.