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Film Review: Rodents of Unusual Size
Brings a light touch to a complex problem.
Film Review: Rendezvous in July
A major Jacques Becker retrospective includes the delayed American debut of an appealing French movie, though it needs to be seen in its proper context.
Film Review: The Rise and Fall of a Small Film Company
Not all world premieres of movies from the distant past are worth the hoopla surrounding them, but this hidden, three-decade-old Jean-Luc Godard gem deserves attention.
Film Review: The Doctor from India
As simple and ordinary as its title, 'The Doctor from India' highlights the life work of a tireless medical professional.
Film Review: Les Parents Terribles
'Les Parents Terribles,' Jean Cocteau’s archly amusing deconstruction of Freud’s “Family Romance,” receives a celebratory 70th-anniversary restoration.
Film Review: The Great Silence
One of the most stylish and powerful “spaghetti westerns” gets a stunning restoration—and a long-awaited U.S. premiere.
Film Review: Mohawk
Historical war drama, horror and action-adventure mix to uneven results.
Film Review: Chronicle of Anna Magdalena Bach
Revival of this radically minimalist 1968 biopic should pique wider interest in the films of Jean-Marie Straub and Danièle Huillet.
Film Review: The Chamber
Despite the aquatic setting, 'The Chamber' is about as arid as a horror movie can get.
Film Review: 24 Frames
Abbas Kiarostami’s final project is a pensive, moody experiment—a challenge to one’s patience but an elegiac “last word” (and picture) from a unique and significant filmmaker.
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