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'Asian City Films' 'Asian City Films'
, May 31, 2005
Asian cities, it is often noted by urban planners and science fiction writers alike, are the metropolises of the future. They are also, as... More>>
'Wild Side' 'Wild Side'
Days of being 'Wild': A French threesome seeks harmony
, May 31, 2005
The ménage à trois drama Wild Side takes its name from Lou Reed's affectionate sleaze anthem and does indeed feature a transgender... More>>
'Slutty Summer'; 'Paternal Instinct'
, May 31, 2005
Welcome to Jerry Falwell's worst nightmare: In the new romantic comedy Slutty Summer, New York exists in an alternate universe populated entirely... More>>
'The Adventures of Sharkboy and Lavagirl in 3-D'
, May 31, 2005
Touting Sin City at Cannes, Robert Rodriguez claimed that small budgets accord him greater creative freedom. Maybe so. But most directors would... More>>
The Aviator The Aviator
Dread, zeppelin: Herzog flies the manic skies in new quest
, May 24, 2005
Any day in which I'm able to step into the gaze path of extreme, globe-trotting seeker-of-otherworldliness Werner Herzog—like a matinee... More>>
Man Shows Man Shows
The modern American sportsman, as skate punk, ringside messiah, and prison bitch
, May 24, 2005
Catherine Hardwicke turns from girl problems to boy problems for Lords of Dogtown, translating Thirteen's Angeleno teen ennui into a narrative... More>>
His Living World: A French Director Redefines Direct Cinema His Living World: A French Director Redefines Direct Cinema
, May 24, 2005
To the frenzied and talky world of French auteur cinema, the films of Eugène Green are a vital reminder of just how radical simplicity can... More>>
Mighty Hermaphrodite, Boozy Floozy Headline LGBT Fest Mighty Hermaphrodite, Boozy Floozy Headline LGBT Fest
, May 24, 2005
According to the British writer Christopher Booker, all films adhere to one of seven basic plots. But what would Booker make of Both, the story... More>>
Traveling Light Traveling Light
Dedicated to Ozu, Hou's eloquent, meditative mood piece dreams its own Tokyo story
, May 24, 2005
We'll have to wait for the New York Film Festival to see Hou Hsiao-hsien's latest, Three Times, but in the meantime, the great Taiwanese... More>>
Imposition Exhibition: Snow's Latest Story Folds In on Itself
, May 24, 2005
Michael Snow's new movie Short Story—a title that really should be printed with one word placed over the other—is installed at the... More>>
'Witchfinder General' 'Witchfinder General'
, May 24, 2005
You never know what might turn up in "To Save and Project," MOMA's annual festival of recently preserved films, but it's always satisfying to... More>>
Eyes Wide Shut
, May 24, 2005
"I deal a lot with the way people look at other people," says Keren Yedaya. The Israeli director's full-length debut, Or (My Treasure) won the... More>>
Film Film
, May 24, 2005
Rock of underages: Kids get Zap-tized by tyrannical tutor The short-fused motormouth who runs the Paul Green School of Rock Music, an... More>>
Film Film
, May 24, 2005
Parent trapped: Hard-luck Israelis in a heartless world With a cool head and level gaze, Keren Ye-daya's stark first feature attempts a... More>>
'Milwaukee, Minnesota'
, May 24, 2005
Champion of more than a dozen ice-fishing tournaments, but still living with his domineering mother (Debra Monk), twentysomething Albert (Troy... More>>
'Rock School'
, May 24, 2005
The short-fused motormouth who runs the Paul Green School of Rock Music, an after-school program for nine-to-17-year-olds in Philadelphia, has... More>>
Brooklyn International Film Festival
, May 24, 2005
The Brooklyn International Film Festival aims to popularize its borough as a refuge for cinephiles and to provide a safe haven for the latest in... More>>
'Caterina in the Big City'
, May 24, 2005
Junior high is often so terrible because it's a preview of adult life's internecine struggles for power. In Paolo Virzí's dark comedy, a... More>>
'Invisible'
, May 24, 2005
A documentary of degradation, Konstantin Bojanov's Invisible interviews six heroin addicts in Sofia, Bulgaria, over a three-year period. It... More>>
'The Judgment'
, May 24, 2005
Adapted from an award-winning novel by Chart Kobjitti, producer-turned-director Pantham Thongsang's The Judgment harks back to a more modest time... More>>
'Open Roads: New Italian Cinema'
, May 24, 2005
Is Italy a glossy land of shopping malls and corporate headquarters or a wilderness of ruined industrial spaces and crumbling social services?... More>>
'Or (My Treasure)'
, May 24, 2005
With a cool head and level gaze, Keren Ye-daya's stark first feature attempts a Bressonian trajectory of tragic inevitability. Or (Dana Ivgy) is... More>>
'Apres Vous'
, May 24, 2005
Praised be the gods that this rom-com is French. If not, we'd be haunted by visions of a Focker-ish Dustin Hoffman rescuing a suicidal Tony... More>>
'Deep Blue'
, May 24, 2005
Convinced that the life aquatic holds infinite aesthetic potential, this British doc has all the characteristics of an oceanographic... More>>
'The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants'
, May 24, 2005
Mailmen will have a field day calculating the postage spent by Sisterhood's four teenage gal pals, as they send a single pair of jeans across the... More>>
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