Fallen Leaves (‘Kuolleet Lehdet’)
The drabness of low-rung lives is sautéed reindeer and mashed potatoes to Finnish film-maker Aki Kaurismäki.

May December
An unnerving reimagining of a notorious relationship from director Todd Haynes is a conduit for unanswerable questions.

Riceboy Sleeps
After quietly assembling the building blocks of a cultural displacement drawn partly from his past, writer-director Anthony Shim gets going with a wrecking ball.

Anatomy of a Fall (‘Anatomie d’une Chute’)
Sandra Hüller’s performance pulses like a wound in director Justine Triet’s vivisection of a marriage.

All of Us Strangers
Fact and fiction are membrane-thin in writer-director Andrew Haigh’s fantastical enactment of grief.

Sofia Coppola’s Priscilla Beaulieu is a petite child in a lion’s party den.

Coup de Chance
A stylish cast puts hanky-panky through its paces with a lightness of touch that spells Monsieur Woody Allen in any language.

The Holdovers
Paul Giamatti is a bristly gift as a pariah who learns to open his heart.

Poor Things
The latest tall tale from director Yorgos Lanthimos is myriad shades of fantastic.

Dream Scenario
Until unreality catches up with him, Nicolas Cage sinks into self-effacement like a squelch into mud.

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