Her Smell is funny-terrifying, alluring-repulsive, moving-disturbing, era-capturing and timeless.
Even an imperfect work-for-hire like Damaged Lives can show the touch of an artist.
Luchino Visconti made theatrically tinged movies driven by music, indebted to painting, sculpture, architecture, and literature—he accomplished, dare I say, a fusion of the arts.
The landscape and architecture are beautifully photographed, but more important are the array of faces and the music of the voices.
Tehran Taboo –- which never would have been allowed to be filmed in its title city—is technically accomplished in its often gorgeous visuals and its textured sound design.
Dorothy Mackaill is riveting as Gilda, a wronged working woman turned prostitute in the no-options depths of Depression-era New Orleans.
Finding Kukan is a compelling detective story covering the fields of World War II history and film preservation.
The Testament of Dr. Cordelier is not a horror movie –it is more of a dark comedy.
From the homogeneous small town of Spettacolo, we travel to One October‘s ethnic gumbo of eight million in New York City.
The absurdist comedy Sylvio suffers from chronic low energy, but Tormenting the Hen is mysterious and magnetic.