The Wolf at the Door by Fernando Coimbra (Brazil, 2013, 101 min.). Described by Coimbra as a modern-day variation on Medea, the film follows a mother and father as they search for their abducted daughter. Blaming each other for her disappearance, the couple reveals their history through flashbacks, and they are forced to reveal deep secrets about their past. And soon, like the characters themselves, we start to wonder if they are being entirely truthful. “An utterly compelling and indelible drama” (The Hollywood Reporter).