Brando's only film as director began under a cloud of notoriety. Original director Stanley Kubrick was fired early on and replaced by the star, who proceeded to go hugely over-budget and over-schedule. ONE-EYED JACKS was poorly received, but, over the years, it...
The tumultuous life and groundbreaking work of Dolores Huerta, termed one of the most important yet least known activists in American history, are chronicled in this documentary that provides a compelling glimpse of history in the making. Co-founder with Cesar...
A tired doctor’s omission in failing to open her door to a frantic caller one night after hours sets off a chain of events that include murder in this latest engaging social realist drama by Belgium’s acclaimed Dardennes brothers (TWO DAYS, ONE NIGHT; THE KID WITH...
The first film of Mexican auteur Ripstein (THE CASTLE OF PURITY, DEEP CRIMSON), this revisionist western boasts other impressive credentials: the original screenplay is by Nobel-winning author Gabriel García Márquez; the dialogue was adapted by celebrated Mexican...
Tarkovsky's visionary blend of science fiction, philosophy, and poetry centers on a Bermuda-Triangle-like region known as the Zone, created by the impact of a mysterious extraterrestrial object. An eerie hybrid of industrial wasteland and primeval forest, where...
Often difficult to see in the United States, the unclassifiable films of legendary cult director Andrzej Zulawski (POSSESSION, COSMOS) have been perennial misfits in the international film market — too weird or transgressive for arthouses, too arty or inscrutable...