Based on the best-selling novel, the dinner from Herman Koch, two brothers and their meet for dinner once a month, and not because they enjoy it, but because they feel they should. The relationship is intensified by a violent act that may or may not involve their children.
Marco Bellocchio’s gorgous history-based film about Benito Mussolini and hiis first wife, Ida Dalser.
Stephen Amidon’s novel about upper crust Connecticut becomes Paolo Virzì’s story of upper crust northern Italy in this stunningly complex drama about money, families going haywire because of it, and a guy on a bike who, one dark snowy night, loses his life and brings theirs into glaringly sharp focus.
La Mafia Uccide Solo D’Estate (The Mafia Only Kills In The Summer)
Pierfrancesco “Pif” Diliberto, Italian TVs answer to Jon Stewart has made his first movie, a clever child’s eye view of what it was like for normal people living under the mafia’s thumb in 1980s and ’90s Palermo.