In this carefully observed and impressively minimalist movie, Sugar redefines and refines his art.
This is one of the best films of 2006.
Dan's take on history -- as concept and series of events -- has as much to do with his personal past as any ideological leanings. He sees history in motion, as ongoing questions.
Ann Powers' 'Good Booty' and the Connection Between Eroticism and Popular Music
Dave Liebman and Joe Lovano: Compassion - The Music of John Coltrane
'The Prowler' Reveals the Horror of Getting What You Want
Grizzly Bear: Painted Ruins
'Stalker' Warns of a World Where Escape Can Lead to New Forms of Imprisonment
'The Devil's Bargain': Some Men Just Want to Watch America Burn
Crowd Pleasing ‘Step’ Brims With Humanity and Courage
"Everybody loves building a fort.