Unattractive visuals are just one of the pic's problems, which also include unsympathetic characters and a Swiss idea of grunge that, well, just doesn't feel that edgy.
Affecting drama "Ways of the Sea" introduces a strong new talent in director-writer Sheron R. Dayoc.
This loud, lame, desperately offensive tale tracks the contempo misadventures of some provincial lads whose hair and clothes are stuck in the '90s.
Docu is no more than a filmed black-and-white interview of Garzon discussing his philosophy and career, a no-frills talkfest akin to a dully unmodulated Charlie Rose show.
Pic played like gangbusters to young auds at the Berlinale, where it won the top prize from the children's jury for the Generation section.
"Together" demonstrates how badly China needs a documentary to help address discrimination toward its growing HIV-positive population.
A poignant story just begging to be remade, "The Ways of Wine" is presented in peculiar mock-doc style.
A needlessly complicated but otherwise Hollywood-slick indictment of corruption at every level of Korea's infrastructure.
Europe continues to expunge its guilt over the anti-Semitism of WWII in "My Best Enemy."
Peter and Bobby Farrelly are finally growing up, even if that maturation is visible only in highly relative terms.