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A Dry White Season A Dry White Season
Really ordinary people: Robert Redford and family keep their patrician chins to the wind
, June 22, 2004
Abduction thrillers generate much of their appeal (and, let's admit it, schadenfreude) by observing their typically complacent, upper-crust... More>>
Much Ozu About Everything: An Essential Retro's Encore Run
, June 22, 2004
Whatever bogus fireworks might be occupying the entertainment-industry airspace above our heads, it's always news when Ozu comes to town. One of... More>>
Aztec Camera Aztec Camera
From the Golden Age to Buñuel and beyond: Reveling in a century of Mexican cinema
, June 22, 2004
The key figure of Film Forum's rewarding "Cine Mexico" series isn't a director or a star—it's Gabriel Figueroa (1907–1997), a great... More>>
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, June 22, 2004
De-Lovely, Irwin Winkler's elaborately modern Cole Porter biopic, is openly gay and overwhelmingly glum. Never less than self-conscious, more... More>>
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, June 22, 2004
If you're sad that Reagan Week is over and just can't get enough of Americans with the darndest sense of optimism, hired-gun commercial and PSA... More>>
Film Film
, June 22, 2004
One of the new Israeli cinema's great strengths—the fact that its intimate domestic dramas (like Broken Wings) might take place just about... More>>
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, June 22, 2004
A coy sexual-awakening vignette acquires home-movie texture and sociological flavor in Rémi Lange's The Road to Love. For reasons as yet... More>>
Anarchy in the E.U. Anarchy in the E.U.
Panic in year zero: Ice-cool Austrian director's apocalyptic parable finds love in the ruins
, June 15, 2004
An inspired and uncompromised experiment in apocalyptic anxiety, Michael Haneke's Time of the Wolf is conceived as a headlong rush into the... More>>
Aspiring Actors and Accidental Stars in New Brazilian Films
, June 15, 2004
The rhythms and racial tensions of Brazil's variegated culture percolate through this festival of recent works, organized by MOMA and screening... More>>
Old Pros Lend Credibility to Young Lovebirds' Magical Hysteria Tour Old Pros Lend Credibility to Young Lovebirds' Magical Hysteria Tour
, June 15, 2004
Big-lunged lovers Allie (Rachel McAdams) and Noah (Ryan Gosling)—pampered Southern debutante and rough-earth mill worker,... More>>
Able Ganz Able Ganz
Frog-voiced multilinguist as Swiss sailor, Icelandic waiter, Russian count, fallen angel
, June 15, 2004
When Bruno Ganz took his leave from the Berlin Schaubühne theater company to star in The Marquise of O (1976), director Eric Rohmer showed... More>>
French Maverick Looks for Utopia, Locates Brave New World French Maverick Looks for Utopia, Locates Brave New World
, June 15, 2004
French director Alain Guiraudie's No Rest for the Brave is a deadpan, volatile shape-shifter that utterly defies taxonomy. Morphing from a... More>>
Europeans Stuck in Expressionist, Firelit Jungle
, June 15, 2004
Not the least of the jolts in Lars von Trier's masterful Dogville was the notion that the Dogme movement might produce greater films posthumously... More>>
Eviction Notice Eviction Notice
Stolen election, bogus war: Moore finds footage and lets it burn in anti-Bush agitprop
, June 15, 2004
Given the last word in the anti-capitalist documentary The Corporation, opening next week, Michael Moore asserts that his muckraking social... More>>
Body of Evidence: An Anti-Corporate Doc's Catalog of Outrage
, June 15, 2004
Sergei Eisenstein dreamed of producing a Joycean epic based on Marx's Das Kapital. Albeit more prosaic, The Corporation, written by Joel Bakan... More>>
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