The most ambitious film of the German director’s career is noteworthy, but only occasionally truly powerful and moving.
The director of ‘The Class’ immerses himself in the dark side of life in modern Cuba, without managing to unlock any doors.
The director of ‘Joe’ once again bases a whole film on a single actor, only this time he has enlisted Al Pacino, who discovers the second chances life offers.
After delving into the world of fiction, the Austrian provocateur returns with a documentary to prove that reality is stranger than anything one can imagine.
In a deeply self-referential film by Barry Levinson, based on a novel by Philip Roth, Pacino shines brighter than he has in decades.