FILM REVIEWS

An unorthodox, not quite thrilling, drama

An unorthodox, not quite thrilling, drama

The low-budget British independent film, The Fold makes the most of the wild coastline of Cornwall and the fields of daffodils harvested by Bulgarian workers who live in gypsy camps on the outskirts o ...
Political know how

Political know how

Errol Morris’s (Tabloid, The Thin Blue Line) revelatory and quietly blistering ‘conversation’ with Robert McNamara, The Fog of War won an Academy Award in 2003 for providing a singular perspective of ...
A sentimental, moving prison drama

A sentimental, moving prison drama

Joyce Glasser reviews Starred Up (March 21, 2014) Cert. 18, 105 min. After the disappointing Stallone/Schwarzenegger prison thriller, Escape Plan, even the most avid fans of the prison genre might hav ...