A moody, naturalistic look at a couple under pressure.
Hyakka is not an easy watch, but it’s a beautifully made tale of memory, guilt, and forgiveness.
A portrait of two brothers trying to find their own way in modern Tehran.
Ricardo Darín shines in this finely crafted historical courtroom drama.
Forever looks at a family in grief with understanding and infinite compassion.
Broker explores family and abandonment with boundless compassion and a sublime depth of emotion.
From SSIFF: François Ozon returns with a theatrical love-hate relationship drama between a director and his muse.
What starts out as a snappy romance becomes an overwrought melodrama.
There are a million ways this movie could have turned out awful. This may be, in fact, the only version of this movie that doesn’t; ours, the only timeline in which these ingredients combine into greatness.
yourself to be carried by its weirdly meditative pig quest. It is difficult to classify, but easy to like for its portentous atmosphere and Nicolas Cage’s masterful performance.