History, heartbeats, hope in the face of militarized government opposition.
“Westwood” is less comprehensive biography than grumpy, captivating depth charge.
Hear no evil: “Three Identical Strangers” is the rare doc to see knowing as little as possible ahead of time.
Ingmar Bergman returns, returns, returns: how do archives affect how we see movies today?
Revved-up exploitationer with as much self-pleasure as self-parody in satire of radical leftism.
Ingmar Bergman at 100, Jane Campion, Hal Ashby, Boots Riley…
Cussed larkiness for specialized tastes.
A time capsule of a lost New York scene and a vision of a gleaming, impossibly beautiful and mucked-up New York.
A masterpiece of film noir, in a new digital restoration.
Way out West: Chloé Zhao’s masterfully imagined vision of latter-day America.