Posts Tagged ‘foreign film’
There were so many twists and turns during the third act that some of them should have dispersed throughout the previous two acts.
With anarchic attitude both appalling and appealing, this subversive, satirical anthology will make you consider mankind's true nature.
A social drama with real sting & a commanding turn by Marion Cotillard, this is a fascinating field study of life on the financial fringes of the working class.
"Cicada" is a remarkably funny and warm fable about the growth and transformation caused by loss.
Glover and Rosenkrantz talk about their film "Go With Le Flo," the challenges of being married and working together, and more.
A beautiful, sad, elegiac tale from Sweden, a bittersweet mix of summer's rapturous joy and winter's deep song of regret.
The Oscar-winning Iranian drama dissects the collision between two families and how seemingly minor disputes become life-changing events.
A Dutch family film that is just too whimsical for its own good, this flick will appeal to children and cat lovers alike.
"The Skin I Live In" is the sort of psychosexual thriller Alfred Hitchcock only wishes he could've made during his era.
The Oscar winner for Best Foreign Film is a bold and gripping portrait of the ways in which we come together and how we isolate one another.
A wondrously kinky and twisted excursion into Pedro Almodóvar's voyeuristic obsessions.
The stunning Oscar-winning drama from Denmark has mastered the polar extremes of human passion.
A French film whose plot is deliberately puzzling but whose inner truth is never in doubt.
A delightful mix of farce, sex comedy, paean to women's liberation and soft-pitch socialism. It's French, of course.