Boarding Gate

Boarding Gate: Do Not Enter   The hodge-podge known as Boarding Gate opening at Laemmle's Sunset 5 on March 28 makes one think that director/Writer Olivier Assayas,Cinematographer ... Continue Reading →

Married Life

Married Life   Deception, passion, and some of the difficulties and restraints of married life get an exciting, artistic and absorbing look in Ira Sach's Married Life Set ... Continue Reading →

“Last Stop For Paul” Worth Going Along

“Last Stop For Paul” Worth Going Along     You say you haven't been anywhere?  You say you have that wanderlust feeling?  You say, "I wonder ... Continue Reading →

“The Counterfeiters” The Real Thing

“The Counterfeiters” The Real Thing     Just when you thought there could never be another film about the Holocaust, along comes the Oscar winner for Best Foreign ... Continue Reading →

La Sconosciuta: The Unknown Woman

La Sconosciuta: The Unknown Woman   Ah the trust we give so fully, so completely to people who work for us though we know so little about them. In his newest film, The Unknown ... Continue Reading →


You Must See Blindsight     Climbing a mountain is quite a task, all by itself; climbing it as a blind person gives courage a completely new meaning. Blindsight, produced ... Continue Reading →


4 Months, 3 Weeks and 2 Days     Opening in New York the past week in January for Oscar consideration, the exciting Romanian film, "4 months, 3 weeks and 2 days" ... Continue Reading →


“Caramel” Tastes Sweet     For the first time in my life, I enjoyed and delighted in digesting Caramel for one and one-half hours and didn't gain an ounce. ... Continue Reading →