Fim show: 'Revengeance', 'Bad Seeds' and 'Orphan'
Bikers, crooks and dirty politics: "Revengeance" is a thoroughly grown-up animated feature unmasking the low-rent side of Los Angeles. Film critic Lisa Nesselson tells us more about director Bill Plympton’s distinctive cartoon style. New French release "Orphan" takes a novel approach to linear storytelling, with four female protagonists providing a multi-layered portrait.
We also check out Canadian comedy "Bad Seeds", which mixes marijuana and minus temperatures.
And Gene Kelly's footwork stands the test of time, as "An American in Paris" is re-released in the French capital 66 years after it was made.