Robert Guédiguian’s French resistance drama evinces some interest in assessing the ethical compromises required of those opposing Nazi rule.
Never has a rock n’ roll figure’s mythology been so out of proportion to his musical achievements as in the strange case of Sid Vicious.
One of the great documentaries of the last decade.
Criterion has long shown its commitment to late Ozu. With this valuable release the picture widens.
Before, A Single Man was only notable for Colin Firth’s great performance. Now, on DVD, it’s also worthwhile for Tom Ford’s baby’s-first-movie commentary track.