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'Free to Love' skillfully chronicles Puerto Rico's failed CR99

Rights for the LGBT community rank among the most important contemporary issues, and civil union/gay marriage status ...

'Dom Hemingway' amazes with unfettered, fierce energy

Jude Law plays Dom Hemingway, the central character in the film of that title. And Jude Law is THE central reason to ...

'The Lunchbox' delivers tasty treats galore

A couple years ago, East Indian writer/director Ritesh Batra began making a documentary about Mumbai's famous Dab...

'Enemy' is intriguing with its challenge of traditional narrative

In "Enemy's" opening minutes," Canadian director Denis Villeneuve signals that his film will pose ...

'Bad Words' includes those and more

The motivation behind "Bad Words" comes out about mid-way through this short film. I won't spoil that, ...

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It's easy to love 'Like Someone in Love'
Just off camera in the fascinating, highly unusual opening scene set in a Tokyo bar, Akiko carries on a contentious cell phone conversation with, we'll learn, her boyfriend Noriaki. He'll appear a bit later in the slyly presented interaction among…
'Stoker' trades on tension
In a triumph of style over substance, South Korean director Chan-wook Park transforms a relatively isolated house in rural Connecticut into an emotional pressure cooker. The funeral for husband Richard Stoker brings his long-absent brother Charlie to help wife Evie…
'The Gatekeepers' opens the doors to Israel's Shin Bet
Documentaries rank among the best films I see every year, but Israel's "The Gatekeepers" also merits recognition as the most unexpected, even astonishing, for several reasons. First, six former directors of Shin Bet, Israel's internal security agency, granted director Dror…
'Happy People: A Year in the Taiga' reveals a way of life in Siberia
"Happy People: A Year in the Taiga" might seem terribly exotic, even a bit off-putting in its foreignness, but it is very seductive.
'Emperor' interrogates post-WWII Japan
In 1945, the end of World War II, General Douglas MacArthur headed the occupation force charged with guiding Japan's transition to peace. Among his critical decisions as Supreme Commander, MacArthur had to decide if Emperor Hirohito bore responsibility for the…
'The Waiting Room': A glaring reminder of the place medicine happens
Spending 24 hours in an emergency room is not anyone's idea of fun. It's a place where dignity and self-sufficiency become humiliation and dependency. That's common knowledge. What "The Waiting Room" shows is much more than that.
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