Three Peaks is a somber Italian-German drama about a man (Alexander Fehling) and his girlfriend (Bérénice Bejo) attempting to make a life together with her young son (Arian Montgomery). While on vacation in the Dolomites, a striking mountain range in northeastern Italy, the boy disappears and the frantic search instigates a dark night of the soul for the couple. Director Jan Zabeil handles this material with nuance and sensitivity, leading to an affecting climax.

Nuart Theatre, 11272 Santa Monica Blvd., West L.A.; Fri., July 12, various showtimes; $9-$12. (310) 473-8530,

Also opening/screening this week:

Stuber, Crawl, Art of Self Defense, Darlin’, Come Around, Miracle Mile, Gremlins, Armstrong, The Farewell, Firecrackers, Lying and Stealing, Rojo, Saving Zoe, Sea of Shadows, Summer Night, Super 30, Sword of Trust


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