“The German Doctor”, a film by Argentinian filmmaker Lucía Puenzo, is a psychologically challenging drama in which a heinous Nazi war criminal hiding in South America attaches himself to a family and spin them into his web of cold, calculated misery.
Film arts are flourishing in the Twin Cities attested to by a vibrant community that has supported its evolution over the years.
A movie about depression and a depressing movie are creatures that should not be confused.
Although it’s French, Delicacy is quite capable of stirring the sentiments of Midwestern movie-goers, if only for a moment.
I’ve seen two miserable movies this year, and Bride Flight is one of them.