Joachim Lafosse's fifth and finest feature centers around a bright young woman who snaps under the increasing suffocation of motherhood, marriage and a repressive living arrangement that crowds four…
A classic novel's long journey to the bigscreen comes to a gratifying but not exactly triumphant end with "On the Road."
Audaciously giving itself license to do whatever it wants, Leos Carax's narratively unhinged, beautifully shot and frequently hilarious "Holy Motors" coheres -- arguably, anyway -- into a vivid jaunt…
Unexpectedly atmospheric for a teen-angst drama cooped up in a basement, Bernardo Bertolucci's "Me and You" feels like an attempt to show that age, infirmity and three decades away from his native…
First-film flubs dog Vasan Bala's "Peddlers," yet the freshman helmer displays a flair for complex characters and unexpected twists that shows he's a budding talent.
Katrine Boorman turns the camera on her indefatigable helmer father in breezy, low-tech docu "Me And Me Dad"; result is a cross between biopic, whimsy and family therapy.
Cannily crafted to cash in on the upcoming London Olympics and tap a demographic (women) not well served by the vast majority of sports pics, feel-good Brit drama "Fast Girls" offers a pleasant if…
"Never Stand Still," Ron Honsa's docu about Jacob's Pillow, the venerated dance mecca in the Berkshires, alternates kinetic performances with overabundant talking heads, living and dead, little-known…
An earnest if somewhat schematic tale of a college girl turned hooker.
A bad dad and his hapless family head for a cabin in the snowy woods with all the usual consequences in "The Path."
A creative docu on one of the many extraordinary true stories that have grown out of Spain's tortured 20th century, "30 Years of Darkness" is a gem, fusing interviews, analysis and some terrific…
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