This moving but far from revelatory portrait of a beloved family figure registers as too slight and personal for significant theatrical play.
Film tests the viewer's tolerance for a protagonist whose flighty irresponsibility borders on unforgivable.
'The Descent: Part 2' has less emotional nuance but delivers as popcorn entertainment.
A tough, absorbingly intricate account of a young French-Arab thug's improbable education behind bars.
A 9-year-old Franco-Japanese girl in Paris slowly comes to terms with her parents' separation.
A noteworthy debut for writer-director Vladimir Perisic, an abstractly brutal take on Yugoslav conflict.
Beautifully made film possesses solid appeal for specialized auds in most markets.
A beautifully lensed and charmingly played modern fairy tale.