Richard Kelly’s debut feature is a tale of adolescent angst ripe with enigmatic sci-fi underpinnings.
The Man Who Wasn’t There is a Cold War tragedy about a man who is as invisible to the world as he is to himself.
The film affects a nondenominational fugue state, where everyone is part of God but free of the pressures of groupthink.
Not since Last Tango in Paris has a film so ravishingly explored the many fine connections between desire, physical intimacy, and romance.
Martin Scorsese celebrates his passion for early Italian cinema with My Voyage to Italy.
Neal Slavin’s adaptation of Arthur Miller’s novel Focus is a specious study of mistaken identity.