The sensuality of pastries and the sweet lure of fanciful cakes become the catalyst for friendship and love outside the comfort zones of three people who form an unknowing triangle across time, sorrow, and a daunting set of boundaries and taboos. Thomas (Kalkhof...
Long out of circulation in the U.S. and presented in a new digital restoration imported from France, this is the first solo directing effort by Clouzot (LE CORBEAU, DIABOLIQUE), who would soon establish himself as the master of French noir and Hitchcock's only...
Master of treating romantic obsession and self-delusion, prolific director Hong (CLAIRE'S CAMERA, IN ANOTHER COUNTRY), a School of the Art Institute of Chicago alum, builds a playful farce around the efforts of Bogwan (Kwon), a middle-aged book publisher, to...
"The Seagull" was a disaster when first performed in 1896; only after Stanislavsky's naturalistic 1898 production was it acknowledged as a masterpiece, the first of Chekhov's four theatrical landmarks. Set at a lakeside manor outside Moscow, the plot is a...