The second film from ‘Margin Call’ director JC Chandor follows Robert Redford’s solo sailor as his boat hits trouble in the Pacific and he finds himself in a battle for survival. With a one-man cast list and precious little dialogue, the film will have to rely almost entirely on the skills of its director and leading man.
‘Drones’ is low in budget but apparently high in ambition, digging into the methods and madness behind modern American warfare with a tale of unmanned drone pilots in a Nevada bunker.
Law, what is it good for? Not much in Mexican filmmaker Amat Escalante's third feature ‘Heli’, a portrait of a poor, hardworking family screwed once by crime and once again for luck by the authorities in small-town Mexico.
Orson Welles is an Irish sailor who accompanies a beautiful woman (Rita Hayworth, then Mrs Welles) and her husband on a sea cruise, and becomes a pawn in a game of murder. Complex, courageous, and utterly compelling.
Another one of those sprawling crime tales that Korea does so well, ‘New World’ follows an undercover cop (Lee Jungjae) as he works his way ever deeper into the underworld organization known only as Goldmoon.