Nancy Buirski’s film is one of multiple layers and marvelous gumption.
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This psycho-in-the-woods tale benefits from sensitive writing and organic performances.
A toxic mother-son bond drives Rupert Jones’s glum British psychodrama.
This squirmy documentary follows the celebrated journalist Gay Talese’s infamous investigation of a motel owner who spied on guests.
The director Andrey Zvyagintsev transforms this tale of a missing child into a grim portrait of Russia today.
In case you were uncertain, Mark Gill’s unrelentingly dour biopic confirms that the Smiths’ singer was a miserable lad.
Adam Wingard has adapted this sprawling Japanese manga series about a high schooler whose world is upended by an ancient notebook.
This documentary directed by Doug Nichol plumbs the depths of devotion to a machine whose day might appear to be over.
“Sidemen: Long Road to Glory” is a loving tribute to the bluesmen Willie Smith, Hubert Sumlin and Joe Willie Perkins.
A documentary observes the rituals of one of the best-known Zen masters in the West.