Poland

In an earlier time, the adjective ‘Bergmanesque’ was often employed to describe, usually—but not always—positively, a certain kind of art film that grappled, more often than not in austere black-and-white, with Swedish writer-director Ingmar...
Polanski's play adaptation uses words as weapons.
In the first scene of Roman Polanski’s acerbic black comedy, based on Yasmina Reza’s Broadway hit God of Carnage, there’s a long wide deep shot of a small group of kids mucking about in Brooklyn Bridge Park. They’re rugged up for the cold weather...