Duris and Tautou star in sexy, witty New York finale to the Spanish Apartment trilogy
Gugu Mbatha-Raw is 'radiant' in handsome historical drama about the anti-slavery movement
Follow-up to undercover police satire is sly, self-aware and goofily satisfying, say critics
Polanski turns drama of sexual role-play into a witty, elegant romp with juicy performances, say critics
From sensitive singers to outraged actors, Home Alone star is not the only one who has had enough
British director for new film focussing on one of the original Star Wars characters
X-Men revisit their past in a 'fantastic', bewildering chapter that refreshes the series, say critics
Ryan Gosling's Lost River is panned, while Nicole Kidman has critics 'curling up' in embarrassment
Lush, Hitchcock-style adaptation of Highsmith novel has critics on the edge of their seats
Nicole Kidman as Grace Kelly, Steve Carell as a murderer and the scandalous DSK – the pick of this year's competition
A street vendor in Kabul sells balloons to a group of Afghan children. Although the economy in Afghanistan has shown some signs of improvement since the fall of the Taliban in 2001, low wages and unemployment remain challenges for the government.
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