New Reviews at RogerEbert.com for the week of June 13, 2014
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"Ivory Tower" raises a number of fascinating questions and offers numerous insights on the current, deeply flawed state of the American system of higher education but suffers from a lack of focus or even a hint of what we do…
"A Coffee in Berlin" veers confidently from melancholy to absurdity and back, and then back again. It's amazing that it works, that it hangs together as beautifully as it does. The film is both silly and profound, a rare combination.
"Policeman" suffers from a split between actually saying something about the tricky political and cultural issues it treats, and appearing to do so while shying away from that task's toughest challenges.