Hellman has led a long cinematic career that could mirror the winding journeys of the characters in his films.
The drinks that go down amiably in Hahaha get caught in people’s throats in On Tour.
Aïnouz and Gomes blend documentary with fiction to forge a tactile, strikingly woozy first-person perspective.
He’s long displayed a keen interest in young characters whose restless sexuality is but one element in the volatile cultural landscapes they find themselves in.
Violence was always an integral part of Fritz Lang’s art, yet few other filmmakers were as scrupulous about what should be shown and what shouldn’t on the screen.
Strange is the new normal in Gregg Araki’s splashy and squishy Kaboom.