This film from Rainer Sarnet builds a bizarre love story stuffed with supernatural lunacy.
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In Mark Pellington’s film, mourners get a helping hand in parting with cherished objects.
Set in 1953, when the country was under French colonial rule, the story takes place on a plantation that harbors shameful secrets — and an apparition.
Ana and Christian tie the knot and settle old scores in this flaccid film.
Topically diverse and politically relevant, the live action shorts program features three based on actual incidents.
This story centers on an eccentric heiress played by Ms. Mirren. The movie has a vast mansion, a psychologist and, well, you can probably guess the rest.
Michael Radford’s film tells a fictionalized version of the life of Andrea Bocelli.
This wittily animated feature by Liu Jian works as a gangster thriller and a commentary on modern materialism.
This misfire from Dito Montiel mashes limp romance and artless satire in a tale of bottom-feeding Hollywood actors.
Dakota Fanning plays a young woman with autism and a “Star Trek” fixation.