This witty coming-of-ager should do well for the Weinstein Co., which acquired the title at Toronto.
A young family is forced to confront its demons -- literally.
An incisive anatomy of an album that was painstakingly recorded in 1977 by Bruce Springsteen.
Inventively slithering CG shadows can't compensate for a curious lack of shivers.
A tense, focused piece of storytelling with a powerful sense of empathy.
A stark cry of recognition for Egypt's mentally ill.
A pensively joyous romance with a dash of ethnic angst.
A searching, quietly subversive inquiry into family gender roles.
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