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Sheri Linden

Senior Copy Editor/Film Critic

Paul Mescal in ‘Aftersun’: Film Review | Cannes 2022

The ‘Normal People’ star toplines a debut feature as a young Scottish father on summer holiday with his tween daughter.

Marion Cotillard in ‘Brother and Sister’: Film Review | Cannes 2022

Arnaud Desplechin’s drama, also starring Melvil Poupaud, revolves around middle-aged siblings who are forced to face their parents’ mortality and their own decades-long blood feud.

‘Images of a Nordic Drama’: Film Review | Hot Docs 2022

The first documentary by ‘Pathfinder’ director Nils Gaup traces one man’s mission to achieve art-world recognition for a long-forgotten Norwegian painter.

‘Dos Estaciones’: Film Review

Natural disasters and multinational corporations threaten the survival of an independent tequila company in the Mexico-set drama, a selection of New Directors/New Films and an award winner at Sundance and True/False.

Abortion in Film: THR Critics Recommend 12 Movies to Revisit

At a moment when Roe v. Wade is under direct challenge, here are some of the most inspired examples of the ways filmmakers around the world have explored the reality of abortion in women's lives.

‘Firebird’: Film Review

A romantic drama set in the Cold War-era USSR is based on a Russian actor’s memoir about his love affair with a fighter pilot.

Liam Neeson in ‘Memory’: Film Review

Guy Pearce co-stars as an FBI agent in a remake of a Belgian crime thriller involving a child trafficking ring and a hitman struggling with Alzheimer’s.

‘The White Fortress’: Film Review

The third feature from Bosnian-Canadian filmmaker Igor Drljača, centering on star-crossed lovers in a socially divided Sarajevo, was Bosnia and Herzegovina’s submission to the 94th Academy Awards.

‘The Girl and the Spider’: Film Review

Exploring a turning point in a young woman’s life, the second feature by ‘The Strange Little Cat’ filmmakers Ramon and Silvan Zürcher is, like their first, set largely within the confines of an apartment.

Chris Pine in ‘The Contractor’: Film Review

A former Green Beret signs on for lucrative black-ops work that quickly turns disastrous in an action thriller that also stars Ben Foster, Gillian Jacobs and Eddie Marsan.

‘Lunana: A Yak in the Classroom’: Film Review

In the first Bhutanese film to be nominated for an Academy Award, a reluctant young teacher is assigned to a remote school in the Himalayas and learns life-changing lessons.

‘Crows Are White’: Film Review | SXSW 2022

Through his friendship with an unorthodox young Buddhist monk, a first-time filmmaker explores his fear of revealing his true self to his devout Muslim parents.