It’s an enjoyable satire. Click on the title to read my entire review.
This is a powerful, timely film about the Armenian Genocide. Click the image to read my entire review. (4.5 out of 5 stars)
Fleeing war-torn Sri Lanka, a former Tamil Tiger soldier forms a family with a widow & an orphan to begin life anew in a French housing project despite a violent drug gang.
Paul Haggiss’ new film consists of 3 very different love stories that take place in Paris, Rome, & New York, all dealing with the theme of trust.
A powerfulm by a French-Lebanese filmmaker about an Arab-Israeli doctor shocked to discover that his wife is the suicide bomber who killed 17 people, many of them children, in a Tel Aviv café. Most of the film consists of his physical and spiritual journey to try to find out why such a loving person as his wife committed such a terrible deed.