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The Israeli-Palestinian conflict is routinely described as the most intractable conflict in modern times, and both sides are just as routinely described as hating each other, which of course results in killing. So where does that leave a person of  ... – review

Lady Chatterley is a French film adaptation of John Thomas and Lady Jane, which is the second of three separate and independent versions that D. H. Lawrence wrote of his groundbreaking novel, Lady Chatterley's Lover.He considered the  ... – review

French with English subtitles Starring Marion Cotillard as Edith Piaf and Gerard Depardieu as Louis Leplée Written and Directed by Olivier Dahan Produced by Ilan Goldman It would be slightly misleading to call Edith Piaf one of the greatest  ... – review

Written and Directed by Tony Kaye Documentary, 152 Minutes With Noam Chomsky, Alan M. Dershowitz and Randall Terry One of the intriguing things about abortion is the gap between the public voices on the issue and the rest of  ... – review

The Life Before Her Eyes Directed by: Vadim Perelman Starring: Uma Thurman, Evan Rachel Wood, Eva Amurri MPAA rating: R Run Time: 90 minutes Movie website: ?official website With over eight months left in the year and hundreds  ... – review

Directed by Robert Redford Robert Redford, Meryl Steep, Tom Cruise, Derek Luke, Michael Peña United Artists, Rated R I once dated this guy who was super hot and super smart and super sincere and when I told my friends  ... – review

Twenty-four year old actor Louis Garrel is on a roll, not of making good movies, but of playing the love interest opposite the world’s most desirable women. That’s not to say some of these relationships haven’t been particularly creepy; after  ... – review

Ang Lee’s latest, “Lust, Caution” is a sluggish disappointment with a catchy title. Based on a story by Chinese author, Eileen Chang, there a few thrills in this so-called thriller, an erotic, foreign intrigue drama set in WW2 China, during  ... – review

THE MAN FROM LONDON (2007) Director: Bela Tarr With: Miroslav Krobot, Tilda Swinton Written by: Bela Tarr & Laszlo Krasznahorkai Based on the novel by: Georges Simenon The films of Bela Tarr will most likely never be for the  ... – review

Documentary by Jennifer Baichwal English, 80 minutes website Technical expertise and even astonishing craftsmanship obviously aren't enough to make a work of art. What else is needed? I've always thought that the other three ingredients were exactly what was being  ...