Season five of the Showtime series suggests a politically wise and deeply skeptical update of John le Carré's very best spy-centric work.
Ultimately, this Antigone does what it espouses, appealing to our level heads rather than inflaming our passions.
Ridley Scott's film goes in for the idea of texture, tics, and human behavior, but there's no conviction, and no real push for eccentricity.
Jafar Panahi spotlights the act of filmmaking as an act of resistance as well as a possible source of propaganda and manipulation.
In addition to new works by auteurs new and old, the festival is once again rich in sidebars and special events that aren't to be missed.