'Greta', inspired by the famous performance by Garbo in 'The Grand Hotel,' shares its inspiration's lifeless quality.
'The Shadow Play' is film noir filtered through 'Goodfellas,' a remarkable re-imagining of the epic crime drama.
'Normal' depicts the absurdity of heteronormativity, precisely capturing the gender norms of modern Italian life.
'Divine Love' is as sexually graphic as it is aesthetically pleasing, yet it has little substance beneath surface thrills.
'Monos' is a dross take on 'Lord of the Flies' that starts poorly and gets progressively worse. Almost completely unwatchable.
'What She Said: The Art of Pauline Kael' is essential watching for any critic still looking for their voice.
'Family Members' is a curious mix of the whimsical and the serious that doesn't quite coalesce.
A scabrous study in small-town dysfunction, The Miracle of the Sargasso Sea (To thávma tis thálassas ton Sargassón) is a dirty plunge into the heart of darkness...
If you like films that stretch the very limits of what French cinema can do, don't watch 'Jessica Forever.'
'Acid' is an exciting debut by Aleksandr Gorchilin, which plays something like a Russian version of 'Trainspotting.'