The simple, broadly comic tale from Oz helmer Kriv Stenders harks back to the values (production and otherwise) of an earlier era.
Pip Chodorov's "Free Radicals" offers a particularly personal take on the history of experimental cinema.
Provides innocuous diversion despite a miscalculated, illogical setup.
In 1982 Peru, a sheltered young girl with a morbid imagination acts out her anxiety over the impending birth of a baby brother in the atmospheric, death-haunted "Bad Intentions."
Two shortened versions of the pic will do best on TV after the present format travels the docu and gay fest circuit.
"7 Sins Forgiven" is a delightfully wicked romp tracking a woman through seven husbands and seven untimely deaths.
It's business as usual with Ventura Pons latest, the sharp-witted but uneven "A Thousand Fools."
A slight but sweet gay romance involving two apprentice farmers.
A touching if overly worshipful portrait of two kooky, kinky lovebirds.
A coming-of-ager with a few too many false notes.