Focusing on the saving of lives, rather than the taking of them, RESCUE UNDER FIRE offers a new take on the well worn tale of westerners fighting the Taliban.
Although it fails to fully explore its main female role, A TASTE OF INK more than makes up for its shortcomings with a tense, emotionally honest family drama.
Much like its central characters, HOW TO TALK TO GIRLS AT PARTIES isn't quite sure what it wants to be when it grows up.
With great action and a strong cast, GOOD TIME is a thrilling crime caper that sadly misplaces its emotional core, leaving the audience feeling just a little bit robbed by the end.
Though held back by insensitive plot points and feeble motivations, THIS IS YOUR DEATH still succeeds as a heart-wrenching drama about human suffering.
Exploring the psychosexual dynamics between a desperate man and a group of repressed women, THE BEGUILED is a slow, sexy and satisfying drama.
An allegorical look at the uncompromising Russian prison system, A GENTLE CREATURE starts strong but loses its potency midway, falling into a weak finale.
A story about terrorism in a time that seems ravaged by it, IN THE FADE excels in it's heartfelt portrayal of the grief felt by those left in the wake of an attack.