A jazz musician, a milieu, and a tragic death come back to life.
Twelve countries’ worth of grilled meat is a lot to digest.
“You can’t go home again” isn’t true for a group of former burlesque dancers from the 1960s and ’70s returning to the stage.
Director Hirokazu Kore-eda has empathy for his characters, including the blackest of his black sheep.
One lie, another lie, and more lies, and then World War I may be finally over.
A kids’ version of Breaking Bad, if you will.
A strange but insightful film, at turns matter-of-factly tragic and bizarrely optimistic about human perseverance.
This documentary is essential viewing for anyone interested in understanding the world as it is today, in all of its boundless horror.
A clammy, lugubrious ghost story that churns up ideas, plots, and motivations aplenty, and then refuses to even deliver a good scare.
A secretive religion meets an incisive documentarian.