Few lives last so long hovering near power's fickle flame as the subject in Kevin McNeer's docu "Stalin Thought of You."
An abrasively unpleasant comedy, whose nauseating visual style and senseless "Benny Hill"-style editing are perfectly matched for the incompetence of its plotting and the humorlessness of its jokes.
Enterprising indie ambitiously mounts a period-dress espionage tale within very slim means.
Compellingly documents the struggles of Mike Campbell and his brood in a potent mix of suspense, pathos and indignation.
Stays true to mumblecore form in charting some aimless hours between San Franciscan twentysomethings who probably aren't right for each other.
A competently handled but thoroughly conventional tearjerker that has "telepic" written all over it.
A veneer of amusement erodes away to reveal copious guilt and deep regret.
Rustic life is brutally shattered by oppressors and liberators alike in the simple and confrontational Korean war drama.
Radical politics offer no place to hide from guilt and shame in this superior Korean mystery.
A 12-year-old girl's whimsical determination to become a filmmaker is chronicled in "Zombie Girl."
Supernatural events churn up antique secrets in the family-friendly Brit drama "From Time to Time."