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In "Gimme the Loot," a loose, disarming bit of larceny — and one of the bright offerings of the 48th Chicago International Film Festival — director Adam Leon's Bronx-bred characters live to tag. Teenage graffiti artists on the run, the friends...
"Holy Motors," an exuberant jape as well as a beautiful ode to the movies, to play-acting and to Paris, comes from the French writer-director Leos Carax, re-teaming here with actor Denis Lavant. Lavant got robbed at the Cannes Film Festival this year,...
***1/2 (out of four) Making the storyline of “The Master” look like child’s play, French filmmaker Leos Carax’s first film in 13 years features Eva Mendes in arguably her most fascinating role. Uh, it’s not exactly similar...
24 FramesAdam Yauch's film label Oscilloscope has acquire "Reality," Matteo Garone's follow-up to "Gomorrah," at the Cannes Film Festival. "Holy Motors" and the latest Abbas Kiarostami film also found homes....
24 FramesThe Cannes Film Festival, which wrapped Sunday, saw bold movies like Holy Motors and Cosmpolis take center stage; they channeled the spirit of The Artist...
24 FramesHoly Moly, starring Denis Lavant, premiered at the Cannes Film Festival, where it has garnered strong reviews for being weird....
It's as if this year filmmakers remembered why God made movies. In a world of nonstop data where most of the static is gossip in 140 soul-destroying words or less, cinema has had a transcendent 12 months — a visual renaissance that has burned past...
Ayako Fujitani is full of surprises. Before sitting down to chat with a guest about her new movie, she is so polite she seems almost bashful. But during a photo shoot in the lobby of her manager's Beverly Hills space, the actress becomes settled and...
Times Staff WriterVeit Helmer's "Tuvalu" is a jaunty, captivating fairy tale told essentially in mime and shot through with the sooty humor of its Eastern European locale. This one-of-a kind charmer casts an immediate and delightful spell, and could never have happened...
TIMES STAFF WRITERFriday July 2, 1999 Leos Carax's "The Lovers on the Bridge" has the raw, gritty look of a documentary on the homeless, but it is in the grand tradition of heady screen romances. It's a throwback to the golden era of both Hollywood and of the...
TIMES STAFF WRITERFriday October 13, 2000 The Europeans, especially the French, can still carry off the big, serious romantic movie, and no one is doing it better, or with such bravura, as Leos Carax. The cost of replicating Paris' Pont Neuf for his "Lovers...
Times Staff WriterSome years ago, a commercial hustling some slop of a beer or another disposable part of our world lodged deep in my memory banks. The ad featured a couple of ordinary Joes who, while cruising a video store, had been stopped dead in their tracks by a...
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