Brian De Palma has made only a few features in the last ten years: the psycho-sexual thriller Femme Fatale (which I’ll defend until death), a shaky adaptation of James Ellroy’s novel The Black Dahlia, and the intriguing but not so successful Iraq war film Redacted. He’s had a couple other directorial prospects, but now he may remake a French film from Alain Corneau called Crime d’amour (Love Crime), in which a conflict between two competing female corporate executives leads to murder. Read More »