Wednesday, October 16 2013
This documentary’s largest focus, cultural identity, is examined from perspectives as varied as Mexicans in Texas, Central Americans in California, Cubans in Miami, and Puerto Ricans in New York.
Thursday, September 18 2008
Tuesday, September 25 2007
Cane's soap operatic set-up is both efficient and florid, laying out both familial continuity and class distinctions.
Thursday, May 5 2005
Arresting for any number of reasons -- graphic violence, extreme masculinity, harsh language -- Oz also brilliantly inventive with its percussive soundtrack.
Monday, May 3 2004
The movie, which focuses on a group of U.S. women arrived in an unidentified Latin American country to adopt children, is as much about cultural imperialism and racism as it is about women and babies.
Monday, February 10 2003
No other fiction show has offered such a frighteningly realistic look inside our nation's prisons or so openly debated their moral and social obligations.
Sunday, January 1 1995
The first scene in Leon Ichaso's biographical film, 'Piñero', sets up a complex series of relationships between the artist and his demons -- or more pointedly, between the artist and the various audiences he sought to influence and astonish.