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Spanish Drama ‘Flowers’ Never Quite Blooms
3 months ago by Abby Garnett
Hailing from the Basque Country of northern Spain, the languid drama Flowers is a film with an identity problem. Its focus shifts between Ane (Nagore Aranburu), a timid woman who is told at the start that she's going through early m...
‘The Second Mother’ Offers a Sharp Brazilian Take on the Upstairs/Downstairs Drama
5 months ago by Amy Nicholson
In stretches of South America, where the middle class can still afford a live-in housekeeper, there's a renaissance of the kind of upstairs/downstairs drama that inspired scores of British novels and, later, frothed up into Downton ...
French Hit ‘Paulette’ Finds the Late Bernadette Lafont Baking & Selling Edibles
6 months ago by Chuck Wilson
Paulette is old, and she's also mean and deeply racist, and, as played by the legendary French actress Bernadette Lafont, the title character in this formulaic comedy is unapologetic about her brittle edges. Alas, writer-director Jé...
Parisian Immigrant Tale ‘Samba’ Is Better at Social Realism Than at Being Funny
7 months ago by Abbey Bender
A group of dancers in sparkling 1920s garb gyrate on an extravagant stage, but the camera tracks back through a kitchen whose crowd of workers suggests not excitement but desperation. So begins Samba, an uneven tale of an undocument...