The speed with which characters lay out the story’s dire stakes prevents King’s rich mythology from taking root.
The filmmaker discusses the usefulness of family, Mads Mikkelsen’s genius, and why it’s a great time to be a Dane.
The Salvation is hemmed in by its fealty to the ghosts of westerns’ past, though a good, game cast offers quite a bit of compensation.
Kristian Levring’s film achieves nothing more than hollow caricature, too caught up in dumb dress-up pageantry to accomplish anything else.
The latest from the Dogma cine-factory is notable for director Kristian Levring’s visual suggestion of madness.
The experience afforded by a collection of this sort demands something of a reexamination of one’s relationship to the medium.
Susanne Bier’s follow-up to Open Hearts is wonderfully acted but predictably plotted by Anders Thomas Jensen.