Darkly compelling and brilliantly unreliable, Philip Kaufman’s “I am Thinking of Ending Things” is an imploded kaleidoscope filled with the broken shards of a life.
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. This does not stop Moll (Jessie Buckley) from roaming freely.
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.