Matteo Garrone’s Reality is a tale of fame and misfortune.
Two old friends are separated by religion in Cristian Mungiu’s Beyond the Hills.
Hitchcock’s Uncle Charlie is back in Chan-wook Park’s Stoker.
Tim Sutton’s Pavilion captures the urgency and unease of adolescence.
A Tokyo college student turns tricks for cash in Abbas Kiarostami’s Like Someone in Love.
A kung fu master takes it to the people in The 36th Chamber of Shaolin.
Shohei Imamura’s 1975 documentary Karayuki-San profiles a former victim of forced prostitution in Japan.
Frank V. Ross plays with time in Tiger Tail in Blue, his somber meditation on a marriage.
The subjects wrote the script in Jean Rouch’s quasi-documentary Moi, un Noir.
In Michael Haneke’s Amour, a husband and wife face their last days together.
Claude Sautet flips the script on cop movies in Max et les Ferrailleurs
With Zero Dark Thirty, Kathryn Bigelow dramatizes the search for Osama bin Laden
In Jacques Audiard’s Rust and Bone, a woman loses her legs and then her heart.
Bhopali revisits the Indian community ravaged by industrial poison
Brad Pitt and director Andrew Dominik team again on Killing Them Softly