One lie, another lie, and more lies, and then World War I may be finally over.
A film from Singapore that views prison life from a less explored angle: that of the corrections officers tasked with enforcing the rules and carrying out punishments.
Defusing land mine and ratcheting up tensions on the Danish coast in 1945.
The life of an Iranian middle-class couple is built on a shaky foundation.
Isabelle Huppert delivers a gimlet-eyed, ferociously single-minded performance as yet another tense, driven character.
Lian (Chinese megastar Fan Bingbing) is a woman on a mission, but she’s neither Norma Rae nor Mother Courage.
Fire Song effectively sets up the conflict of youth growing up in a poor community: whether to remain or move away.
Writer/director Kleber Mendonça Filho’s highly observant film follows Sonia Braga in a tour de force performance.
A visual delight and a beautifully rendered, intriguing imagining of a little-known female artist’s life.