‘Babyteeth’: It’s in teen-girl-with-cancer genre, but you only think you’ve seen this film before

‘And Then We Danced’: Finding a partner carries risks in this company, and its land

‘Les Misérables’: When Paris’ suburbs burn, police crew shares blame for lighting the fuse

‘A Hidden Life’: We see Austrian reject Nazis, stick around with Malick for all that follows

‘Honey Boy’: Child star dragged down by dad, as adult Shia LaBeouf gets to do the dragging

‘Synonyms’: A reinvention in the City of Light, eyes down and stripped naked upon arrival

‘Ms. Purple’: Caring for dad is getting too hard, caring for a prodigal brother has its trials too

‘Love, Antosha’: Anton Yelchin shines through in a documentary less remarkable than its star

‘Asako I & II’: She’s fallen in love all over again, and there’s something familiar about the man

‘Wild Rose’: Country straight out of Glasgow, done so well that unlikely dream makes sense