By Michael Barrett
This offers a fine example of how film history is continually forgetting and rediscovering itself, and it is our best legacy of Hayakawa's independent career.
Tolstoy, Rasputin, and Teffi, One of Russia's Greatest Woman Writers
Cannes 2016: 'American Honey' + 'Uchenik'
Street Roving in 'Downtown 81' and 'Wild Style'
Robert Glasper: Everything's Beautiful: The Recordings of Miles Davis Reimagined by Robert Glasper
'Almost Holy': A Controversial Mission to Save Kids in Ukraine
Keith Urban: Ripcord
Till Human Faces Wake Us: Don DeLillo's 'Zero K'
Cannes 2016: Survivors of Dictatorship Tell Their Stories in 'Hissein Habré, a Chadian Tragedy'
"At just over an hour, a lot happens in this broadly gestured, melodramatic story set in Transylvania.