This lyrical take on Texas’s San Marcos River is notable mostly for how it puts you under the water.
You could probably write a thesis about its social import if you really had to.
What the hell happened to Greg Araki?
Documentary filmmaker Teodora Ana Mihai moves into a crammed Romanian social-housing unit.
Uniformly impressive performances, grand scale, and genuine emotional payload achieved by the end.
The theatre life is deconstructed in Matías Piñeiro’s doggedly weird but mercifully brief experiment in fractured storytelling.
You’ll be swept into this quiet, bleakly mysterious world and rewarded with a final revelation.
Even diehard fans of the late Argentine singer will find it hard to follow the slapdash storytelling of this crude documentary.
Before establishing his reputation as a superlative bike builder, Giuseppe Marinoni was a champion racer.