Set in Edwardian times but quite modern in its sensibility, this wicked black comedy is a masterpiece of tonal precision and subtlety. The massively resentful anti-hero Louis Mazzini (Price), whose high-born mother was spurned by her family, sets out to prune the...
Filmmaker Werner Herzog and author Bruce Chatwin were close friends and kindred spirits—restless adventurer-artists who admired and were influenced by each other's work. NOMAD is a deeply felt memoir of their friendship; an overview of Chatwin's life and work;...
The intertwined but often opposing forces of love and money are at the heart of this auspicious first feature, which takes a gritty proletarian tale out of Dardenne/Loach playbook and infuses it with vibrant doses of eroticism, romanticism, poetry, and dance....
A young soldier embarks on a rollicking adventure with an impromptu career change when he joins a ragtag company of traveling players who ply their trade along the back roads in nineteenth-century Hungary. A play that concludes with the staged hanging of a woman...