By Andrew Schenker
Iranian maestro Abbas Kiarostami heads to Tokyo for this multi-faceted jewel.
Ang Lee’s dazzling CG dreamworld basks in the danger of sea-bound solitude, but it all cloaks a big, banal religious metaphor.
Woody Allen follows up the biggest hit of his career with an exercise in smug mediocrity.
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