Though rich in ambiguity and a generalized sense of apprehension, the film almost entirely avoids that spy-movie staple: the explosive set piece.
The Heir Apparent: Largo Winch offers up a decidedly Francophone take on the American blockbuster formula.
The Lie is a film about accountability that repeatedly absolves its lead character of the need to have any.
Steven Meyer’s filmed excavation (both literal and figurative) treads a middle ground between illumination and cheap waterworks.
Bruce Robinson’s The Rum Diary is an amorphous hodgepodge of a film that wants to be many things.
Self-critique is the watchword of the first half of Oliver Laxe’s docu-fiction hybrid.
There’s little in The Way that doesn’t succumb to platitudinous conceptions of spirituality.