With a thread of the divine woven into its realist tapestry, Happy as Lazzaro feels like a timeless fable.
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The 'Ida' director's latest recalls the glamor of a cinema long gone and much mourned.
Metaphors about the plight of the Rohingya are made hauntingly literal in this elliptical issue film from Thailand.
'Sharp Objects' hides all its secrets in the credits.
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How a YouTube series about a failed convention unexpectedly became a compelling documentary hit in the vein of ‘Making a Murderer’.