Two men struggle to find common ground in order to usher Zimbabwe's shaky coalition government into a new era of democracy.
As sharply put together as it is, 'Peggy Guggenheim: Art Addict' feels both overstuffed and cursory.
An exhilarating must-watch around the feminine experience of five fierce Turkish girls.
Kaufman's inventive and intricately crafted stop-motion drama is undermined by the emptiness of its miserablist existentialism.
Offensively lazy and obnoxious, 'Darling' is asinine from start to finish.
An electric newsroom drama sporting a stunning ensemble.
A spirited tribute to a legendary singer so full of love she can't hold it in.
A dark, surreal road trip brings out laughter and pain in this subversive, provocative anti-comedy.
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