Darkly compelling and brilliantly unreliable, Philip Kaufman’s “I am Thinking of Ending Things” is an imploded kaleidoscope filled with broken shards.
In Christian Petzold’s latest bittersweet fairy tale, young Berliner Undine, named after the aquatic creature of myths, has a chance to escape her preordained fate after a faithless man reneges on promises of love. Is true love all she needs to survive?
The past brings up unexpected treasures in Ingmar Bergman’s 1971 “The Touch”.
A love affair ends dismally, in the elegantly wallpapered breakfast room of a grand London townhouse: a suggestive Belgian iced bun is spurned.
A world of dark impulses hides in plain sight in the luminous landscapes of Jersey. A serial killer is about.
A deliciously acid dark comedy thriller, “A Simple Favour” pits beautiful and self-possessed Blake Lively against sweet but steely Anna Kendrick in a battle of the moms that takes a funny, then dark – very dark – turn.
In the stillness of a Norwegian winter, a father and child go hunting. They walk across a frozen lake, towards the woods.