This maddening movie will catch you off guard and keep you there with disconcerting questions and a poetic sensibility.
A vengeful father of a murdered young man sets off a vicious war between two gangs in Northern Norway.
Director Philippe Faucon's adaptation of Fatima Elayoubi's writings cuts with surgical precision to the interlinked hearts of the matter.
Unfortunately, other than timing, there isn't much else to enjoy in the Blu-ray package.
"A Taste of Honey" achieved instant classic status, and that status has not slipped over the decades. This release is a must-add to serious cinematic libraries.
Though 1961's "Five Day Lover" and 1997's "On Guard" may seem an odd pairing for this double-bill Blu-ray release, the films both highlight Philippe de Broca's genius for folding farce, action, and romance into atmospheric cinema.
Unless you're a completist with a yen for math dramas, this Blu-ray won't exert enough appeal to warrant buying a disc instead of streaming it once.
French directing duo Christophe Ali and Nicolas Bonilauri are back with a new movie after an absence of ten years from our screens. For their return they have chosen a wonderfully tense and stylized European thriller.
Interlocking stories of gay young men and older, white, Latino and black, tops and bottoms, in a fine overview of gay Philadelphia.
Steve Burgess and Derik Murray's bittersweet reminiscence of the heir apparent to American royalty using archival footage and interviews, as well as chats with surviving friends.