Up To Date's Indie, Foreign & Doc Critis' 'Three to See,' April 21-23

Apr 21, 2017

Jack Lowden (left) as Tommy Morris and Peter Mullan as his father Tom Morris star in "Tommy's Honour", one of this week's picks for Three to See.
Credit www.tommyshonour.com

Steve Walker

Cézanne et Moi​, R

  • Director Daniele Thompson's sumptuous account of the lifelong bromance between artist Paul Cezanne and writer Emile Zola adroitly captures the self-doubt and self-importance that shaped their artistic temperaments.

David Lynch: The Art Life, Not Rated

  • Intimate portrait of eccentric, often brilliant director David Lynch finds him nostalgic about how childhood events, both warm and weird, influences the distinct look at the art he puts on film and canvas.

Frantz​, PG-13

  • In this smart, gorgeous film from François Ozon, a potential romance between a French soldier and a German woman who share a tragic bond is thwarted by the post-World War I animosity between their respective countries.

Cynthia Haines

Cézanne Et Moi​, R

Frantz​, PG-13

  • A black and white depiction of a romance that is anything but black and white. Following World War I, a German woman and French man become romantically involved as the couple navigates survivor's guilt, death and a resentful community.

Tommy's Honour​, PG

  • Biopic about Tommy Morris, Jr., considered the best golfer of the 19th century and still the youngest majors champion ever, whose personal life necessitated pushing boundaries of class and status.