The cop who was assigned it lived across the street from me, but wouldn't show me the crime photos.
The man said he’d killed people and in gruesome ways.
With Mia Maestro and Oliver Dimsdale; Christopher Menaul directed.
FRAGMENTS OF KUBELKA A four-hour documentary on the life and work of the Austrian avant-garde filmmaker Peter Kubelka, directed by Martina Kudlacek.
With Alexander Skarsgard and Joanna Vanderham; Scott Mc Gehee and David Siegel (“The Deep End”) directed.
Starring: Jake Johnson, Olivia Wilde, Anna Kendrick, Ron Livingston, Jason Sudeikis Directed by: Joe Swanberg The Skinny: Jake Johnson and Olivia Wilde work at a brewery.
Like all good mobster movies, The Iceman employs the usual degree of ethical ambivalence.
Sitting in a Ford on a cold day, Roy berates one of his goons for not giving a homeless man any money, and orders him to fork over a quarter. But that’s what makes movies about the mob so compelling, so different from any other crime genre.
THE HAPPY HOUSE Hoping to repair their relationship, a Brooklyn couple check into a bed-and-breakfast that turns out to be full of zany characters. LOVE IS ALL YOU NEED A misanthropic widower (Pierce Brosnan) meets a recently separated hairdresser (Trine Dyrholm) on the way from Copenhagen to Sorrento, Italy, where their children are getting married. SCATTER MY ASHES AT BERGDORF’S A documentary on the storied New York clothing store and the customers and designers who made it famous, directed by Matthew Miele.
SOMETHING IN THE AIR A student experiences the heady rush of radicalized Paris, around 1971, in a semiautobiographical feature from the filmmaker Olivier Assayas (“Summer Hours”). THE SOURCE FAMILY The history of a renowned Los Angeles utopian community, told through contemporary interviews and archival material in a documentary directed by Maria Demopoulos and Jodi Wille. Seibert and Ricardo Valdez) find their perfect relationship threatened during the course of a raucous, daylong birthday party. UNMADE IN CHINA The director Gil Kofman documents his own attempts to make a thriller in China, while government agencies keep a close eye on him. WHAT MAISIE KNEW Julianne Moore and Steve Coogan star in a contemporary adaptation of the classic Henry James novel about the bitter breakup of a marriage as experienced by a child (Onata Aprile).