IN BRUGES (Martin McDonagh, 2008)

Amidst Eigil Bryld’s exquisite color cinematography of medieval Flemish architecture, writer-director Martin McDonagh’s In Bruges charts the course of three waning men, two Irish contract killers and their boss, in the Belgian town. Ken is the professional; Ray, the novice. Harry (Ralph Fiennes, excellent), the Londoner for whom they work, is the only cold-blooded bastard […]