Kristian Levring’s blood-soaked tale of an immigrant farmer’s showdown with a gang leader has all the classic touches of the genre.
Author Archives: By MANOHLA DARGIS
In Belfast, 1971 was an eventful year of demands and bloodshed, and it was not always clear who was the enemy.
The director Kirby Dick and the producer Amy Ziering examine sexual violence at colleges and the failure of schools to seek justice for victims.
This Argentine anthology, an Oscar nominee for best foreign-language film, looks at human behavior when pushed to the extremes.
There’s a fine cast — including Michael Caine, Mark Strong and Samuel L. Jackson — as well as exploding heads and endangered dogs in Matthew Vaughn’s gory action movie.
Ronit Elkabetz plays a woman who is determined to escape her marriage, although the rabbinic power structure is stacked against her.