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The strained family portraits that open Ruben Ostlund’s droll new film Force Majeure immediately indicate something awry in the marriage at its center. Visibly uncomfortable, Tomas awkwardly leans his head on his wife, Ebba, at…

After a number of impressively affecting English-language films (including Last Resort and My Summer Of Love), Pawel Pawlikowski‘s latest feature—Ida—is a return to the Polish filmmaker’s homeland and a sterling work of altogether stunning mise-en-scène…

Pier Paolo Pasolini‘s adaptation of Geoffrey Chaucer’s The Canterbury Tales, wedged between The Decameron and Arabian Nights in his “Trilogy of Life”, is a ribald second entry. Pilgrims headed for Canterbury are ordered to each…