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  • Toronto Film Review: 'Time Out of Mind'

    LOS ANGELES (Variety.com) - Richard Gere goes slumming in the streets of Manhattan and emerges with one of his more remarkable performances in "Time Out of Mind," . Executed in a plot-free observational mode that relatively few American independent filmmakers have attempted this side of early Ramin Bahrani, this simple story of a vagrant slowly grasping the depths of his despair is New York neorealism par excellence, bearing patient, resonant witness to the everyday trials and indignities suffered by America's homeless population. Unfolding deliberately over the course of two hours, Moverman's spare, soulful character study will prove a challenging sit for non-festival audiences, but couldn't be more deserving of careful handling by an equally brave and uncompromising distributor.
  • With 'Time Out of Mind,' Oren Moverman seeks a new kind of boldness

    With 'Time Out of Mind,' Oren Moverman seeks a new kind of boldness
    On the first day of shooting his new movie, director Oren Moverman had an unusual task for his star, Richard Gere: He wanted the famous actor to stand in New York City's bustling Astor Place with an empty coffee cup begging for change. Moverman needed...

    'Innocence' is too innocent to scare anybody

    You're seeing visions of ghosts. You're hearing voices chanting in Latin. You've lost your mother and dad's promptly taken up with the school nurse. And you suspect someone or something is killing students at this exclusive private girls' school you've...

    Bacall's bias against plastic surgery shouldn't shame actresses pressured to look younger

    Bacall's bias against plastic surgery shouldn't shame actresses pressured to look younger
    The Lauren Bacall gem popping up almost as frequently as the whistle quote in this week's tributes is one that speaks to the legendary beauty's rejection of plastic surgery. "I think your whole life shows in your face. And you should be proud of that."...

    'Snowpiercer' Hits $3.8 Million on VOD as Weinstein Co. Shakes Up Distribution

    The indie movie market needed a kick in the pants this summer. Other than "Chef" and the still-expanding "Boyhood," arthouse films have struggled in theaters. But amid the doldrums, the Weinstein Co. has taken some radical steps, playing around with...