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Film Review: 'Til Madness Do Us Part
Slow-moving, lengthy yet rarely boring, '’Til Madness Do Us Part' reveals the difficult life for the patients inside a psychiatric institution in Southwest China.
Film Review: Destiny
Restored and revived, 1921’s 'Destiny' perfectly illustrates the glories of Weimar cinema.
Film Review: 11 Minutes
Jerzy Skolimowski’s latest project is at once cleverly experimental and mass-appeal action-oriented, but '11 Minutes' contains a major flaw that keeps it from being a superior work.
Film Review: Notfilm
Outstanding “kino-essay” about one of cinema history’s more oddball collaborations—a 1965 formalist experiment by Samuel Beckett and Buster Keaton.
Film Review: I Don't Belong Anywhere: The Cinema of Chantal Akerman
Impressionistic documentary about Chantal Akerman is best suited for those already familiar with the late, great filmmaker’s work.
Film Review: Mekong Hotel
Deceptively simple film becomes a strange, meditative look into Thai culture and folklore.
Film Review: Born in Flames
The U.S. premiere of the newly restored 'Born in Flames' gives us all an opportunity to reassess this indie classic.
Film Review: Bleak Street
'Bleak Street' echoes the style of Luis Buñuel sans the sharp commentary. Arturo Ripstein’s dark look at Mexican life will delight the director’s fans while playing into the hands of anti-immigrant advocates.
Film Review: Anguish
A good little horror movie with a great little title seems to have come out of nowhere.
Film Review: Sex, Death and Bowling
There’s plenty of death and bowling, but not enough sex, in 'Sex, Death and Bowling,' a prodigal-son-returns-home melodrama we’ve all seen before.
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