LOVELESS — Review by Martha K. Baker

‘Loveless’ explores dysfunction and disappearance. It’s long and it’s loveless and it’s forlorn, this film about a divorcing couple without a shred of affection for the son caught in the middle. It was the Russian nominee for Best Foreign-language Film of 2017, and it has merit, but it also has characters without much character. Continue reading…

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AWFJ Women On Film – “My Perestroika” – Jennifer Merin reviews

Director Robin Hessman, who spent the 1990s living and working in Russia, follows five Russian 30-somethings in her insightful, poignant verite portrayal of the effects of political, social and economic changes resulting from Perestroika. Read more>>

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