Familiar works such as Garden State and even Donnie Darko come to mind as Little Sister rolls on, albeit with a looser, more determinedly madcap feel.
Based in part on director Thomas Vinterberg’s experiences growing up in a Copenhagen commune during the 1970s and ’80s and featuring a great performance by actress Trine Dyrholm.
A Middle-American-family-reconnects movie, the kind that marries the goofball antics of a dysfunctional family with dramatic questions like: What’s it all about? What are we all even doing here?
A lovely tribute to a great writer and his Jewish mother-muse.
The type of family film that doesn’t come around nearly often enough.
An adult prodigal son returns home from New York City to the old Jewish neighborhood known as El Once in Buenos Aires.
There is a quiet eloquence to director Yuval Delshad’s debut film about the burgeoning conflict between a father and his teenage son.
An observational, 160-minute-long family drama-cum-screwball comedy took critics by surprise at this year’s Cannes Film Festival.
Asghar Farhadi reminds us of how, ultimately, there are countless external factors that determine and alter our lives that we have no control over.