Jena Malone

Movie review: 'Time Out of Mind' is haunting masterpiece on homelessness

He's someone you see every day on city sidewalks: dragging a garbage bag, wheeling a worn suitcase, watching for a discarded lunch, for coins dropped on the curb.tmpplchld In "Time Out of Mind," set in a teeming New York City, a man with a bruised face and a bruised soul looks for places to sleep, for a reason to keep going. People talk on cellphones, run for the bus, head for meals _ almost uniformly indifferent. And if this man, whose name we discover is George, looks a little like Richard Gere, no one notices, or cares.tmpplchld In fact, in Oren Moverman's haunting portrait _ shot on the sly through shop windows, from second-story apartments and busy intersections _...