The final third of the "Helvetica" director's trilogy of films about design is an exciting close to the series, which concentrates less on our individual connection to design in favor of contextualizing our communal responsibility to stay active in it.
Bringing a different perspective to a film about death row, the latest from the "Cave of Forgotten Dreams" director offers a smart (and even occasionally funny) look at the perpetual cycle of crime.
Applying the spare style of "Elephant" and "Paranoid Park" to a mainstream love story, Gus Van Sant's latest feels disarmingly honest, even if it's to a reality that can only be found in the movies.
An avowed Lars von Trier hater comes to terms with the masterwork that's his latest as the director comes to terms with the end of the world.
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