3.5 stars ‘The banality of evil’ is a phrase so common today – an idea that explains so much of what is wrong with the world  – that it’s surprising to realise how radical and threatening it was when Hannah Arendt first coined the phrase to descr...
Corporeal dramedy lacks a backbone.
SUNDANCE FILM FESTIVAL: Intently, jubilantly gross, Wetlands is a squeamish viewer’s nightmare. Helen (Carla Juri), 18, has an impish haircut, an antic quality that crosses Meg Ryan with Parker Posey, and, as the film opens, a hemorrhoid. Helen...