Soderbergh takes Full Frontal into the stratosphere with this prolonged grief-counseling session with a minimalist sci-fi backdrop.
Polanski catalogs each and every moment that propels Wladyslaw that much closer to freedom with an elegant absurdism.
The calculated vigor and brutalism should appeal to anyone who hates reading subtitles.
So this is what a rhetorical question looks like on the big screen.
In this much-ado-about-nothing procedural, Juan Carlos Fresnadillo reduces his characters to pawns lost in a Greek labyrinth.
A box-office sensation in its native homeland, El Crimen del Padre Amaro unravels like a quintessential Mexican telenovela.
The film is a work of pure aesthetic rapture whose sinuous camera movements are the stuff of dreams.