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3 stars out of 5 -- "Boasting impressive production values, engaging storytelling and a standout lead performance by German star Ulrich Tukur..."Box Office "The German actor Ulrich Tukur brings an understated intensity and psychological depth to the title role of JOHN RABE, a sweeping historical film that exalts a largely unsung real-life hero..."New York Times "Gallenberger tells Rabe's story deftly, establishing essential elements of the man's personality in subtle shorthand."Movieline "[A] handsomely designed, big-scale production that deftly incorporates archival footage. Drawn from Rabe's diaries, the film is rich in telling and ironic details."Los Angeles Times32.7312

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"...AMEN has such immediacy and briskness that we are caught up in the increasingly risky actions of Gerstein and Fontana....AMEN is a handsome period production of fluidity and subtlety, intimate and large-scale..."Los Angeles Times "There is an excellent performance from Ulrich Tukur....Handsomely shot..."Sight and Sound32.71931

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"...AMEN has such immediacy and briskness that we are caught up in the increasingly risky actions of Gerstein and Fontana....AMEN is a handsome period production of fluidity and subtlety, intimate and large-scale..."Los Angeles Times "There is an excellent performance from Ulrich Tukur....Handsomely shot..."Sight and Sound32.7193

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"...AMEN has such immediacy and briskness that we are caught up in the increasingly risky actions of Gerstein and Fontana....AMEN is a handsome period production of fluidity and subtlety, intimate and large-scale..."Los Angeles Times "There is an excellent performance from Ulrich Tukur....Handsomely shot..."Sight and Sound32.7193

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"Moreau is bewitching -- she simply breathes her role, without a hint of vanity." -- Grade: A-Entertainment Weekly "[The film's] energies are devoted, for the most part, not to dissecting childhood traumas or recirculating stale cultural gossip, but rather to examining the alchemy by which perception is transformed into vision."New York Times "What makes SERAPHINE, directed and co-written by Martin Provost, so exceptional is that it neither condescends to nor romanticizes its subject....Powered by a performance of a lifetime by Belgium-born actress Moreau, it allows us to meet this singular person on her own terms."Los Angeles Times "[The film] benefits greatly from Moreau's powerfully complex lead performance. The actress beautifully manages the difficult feats of illuminating the darker reaches of her character's mind..."Hollywood Reporter 4.5 stars out of 5 -- "Its honesty and purity derive not primarily from any correspondence to the facts of her life or essence of her creativity but from the aesthetic integrity and formal unity of the movie itself."Box Office "Seraphine Louis was a renowned primitivist painter....Provost and Moreau emphasize their subject's earthiness..."A.V. Club 4 stars out of 4 -- "SERAPHINE arrives from France as the year's most honored film....Moreau plays Seraphine as a straight-ahead charger, a little stooped, marching always with energy, plunging into work, not saying much, shy, but very much who she is."Chicago Sun-Times "[T]o look at the almost religious ecstasy on Moreau's face is to feel the artist's passion and be inspired by it."Washington Post Included in Chicago Sun-Times's "The Best Foreign Films Of 2009" -- "SERAPHINE is built upon one of the year's most acclaimed performances, by Yolande Moreau."Chicago Sun-Times32.1156

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"Moreau is bewitching -- she simply breathes her role, without a hint of vanity." -- Grade: A-Entertainment Weekly "[The film's] energies are devoted, for the most part, not to dissecting childhood traumas or recirculating stale cultural gossip, but rather to examining the alchemy by which perception is transformed into vision."New York Times "What makes SERAPHINE, directed and co-written by Martin Provost, so exceptional is that it neither condescends to nor romanticizes its subject....Powered by a performance of a lifetime by Belgium-born actress Moreau, it allows us to meet this singular person on her own terms."Los Angeles Times "[The film] benefits greatly from Moreau's powerfully complex lead performance. The actress beautifully manages the difficult feats of illuminating the darker reaches of her character's mind..."Hollywood Reporter 4.5 stars out of 5 -- "Its honesty and purity derive not primarily from any correspondence to the facts of her life or essence of her creativity but from the aesthetic integrity and formal unity of the movie itself."Box Office "Seraphine Louis was a renowned primitivist painter....Provost and Moreau emphasize their subject's earthiness..."A.V. Club 4 stars out of 4 -- "SERAPHINE arrives from France as the year's most honored film....Moreau plays Seraphine as a straight-ahead charger, a little stooped, marching always with energy, plunging into work, not saying much, shy, but very much who she is."Chicago Sun-Times "[T]o look at the almost religious ecstasy on Moreau's face is to feel the artist's passion and be inspired by it."Washington Post Included in Chicago Sun-Times's "The Best Foreign Films Of 2009" -- "SERAPHINE is built upon one of the year's most acclaimed performances, by Yolande Moreau."Chicago Sun-Times31.99519

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"NORTH FACE more than delivers on the excitement and terror of this existential flirtation with one's own mortality."Hollywood Reporter "[A] gripping survival drama...NORTH FACE puts you where it wants you to be: in harm's way."New York Times "Beautifully shot in a gritty documentary style, if you let it, Eiger's unrelenting cold and this story of love and the power of the human spirit will seep into your bones."Los Angeles Times 3 stars out of 4 -- "[A] bone-chilling superbly mounted record of an assault on the north face of the Eiger..."Chicago Sun-Times 3 stars out of 4 -- "[F]illed with windswept, frostbitten drama....The word gripping doesn't do it justice."Washington Post31.81458

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"NORTH FACE more than delivers on the excitement and terror of this existential flirtation with one's own mortality."Hollywood Reporter "[A] gripping survival drama...NORTH FACE puts you where it wants you to be: in harm's way."New York Times "Beautifully shot in a gritty documentary style, if you let it, Eiger's unrelenting cold and this story of love and the power of the human spirit will seep into your bones."Los Angeles Times 3 stars out of 4 -- "[A] bone-chilling superbly mounted record of an assault on the north face of the Eiger..."Chicago Sun-Times 3 stars out of 4 -- "[F]illed with windswept, frostbitten drama....The word gripping doesn't do it justice."Washington Post31.81458

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"[T]ense, provocative and unnerving....[The film] could be considered a culmination of this difficult director's brilliant career."Los Angeles Times "Shot in vivid black and white, the movie is like VILLAGE OF THE DAMNED directed by Ingmar Bergman..." -- Grade: B-Entertainment Weekly "[Haneke] uses the sharp elegance of Christian Berger's monochrome cinematography, the grammatical precision of old-fashioned speech and the pageantry of period drama to lull and also to inflame the audience's expectations."New York Times "Shot with dry discipline in striking black and white, the deliberately paced, consistently unnerving film invites viewers into every corner of its town..." -- Grade: AA.V. Club "THE WHITE ROOM is an artful examination of a small town and small-mindedness and the potential for full-blown, large-scale evil."USA Today "[S]evere and eerily beautiful....Mr. Haneke's film is accessible, though its pace is deliberate and its affect muted."Wall Street Journal 3.5 stars out of 4 -- "Shot in stunning black-and-white by the gifted Christian Berger, THE WHITE RIBBON is a toxic blossom of images that burn into your memory..."Rolling Stone "Everything about the film's masterfully executed aesthetic suggests harmony, order, the absence of extremes, exquisite deliberation...director Michael Haneke teases dread and uncertainty from classical form."Movieline 4 stars out of 4 -- "The film is visually masterful....THE WHITE RIBBON tells a simple story in a village about little people and suggests that we must find a balance between fear and security."Chicago Sun-Times 4 stars out of 5 -- "Its lack of resolution is one reason the movie lingers, along with its stunning cinematography and unsettling performances, particularly from the children at the movie's heart."Uncut31.51357

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