Cinema: Three Buried Gems

A bad summer's best films are hidden in the art houses

You're right. It's the worst summer in movie history. Except for a few lonely lurkers in the art-house shadows, crying for your attention. And no, we do not mean Sexy Beast, a dull, predictable and unattractive caper film that is the inexplicable "quality" hit of the season. Our raves go instead to an internationally eclectic group that includes:


WHERE IT'S FROM Czech Republic

WHO MADE IT Director Jan Hrebejk and screenwriter Petr Jarchovsky

WHAT IT'S ABOUT A biblically named couple, Josef and Marie (Boleslav Polivka and Anna Siskova), who, during World War II, agree to hide David...

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