Enlightenment” offers a narrator discoursing on the paradoxes of time, a family barbecuing and the menacing appearance of some skinheads, to deliver a movie with an ironic, clever punchline. Less effective but still worthwhile are Jiri Menzel's “One Moment,” with time filtered through the career film appearances of actor Rudolf Hrusinsky, and Claire Denis' inconclusive but provocative “Vers Nancy,” where immigration and assimilation are discussed during a train trip. Only Istvan Szabo's obvious “Ten Minutes After,” about a domestic dispute which turns into tragedy, and Michael Radford's banal “Addicted to the Stars,” where an old astronaut who has traveled through time meets his even older son, can be termed failures. Those two duds aside, “Ten Minutes Older: The Cello” is well worth the time. Directed by Bernardo Bertolucci, Jiri Menzel, Istvan Szabo, Claire Denis, Michael Radford, Jean-Luc Godard, Volker Schlondorff and Mike Figgis. Produced by Ulrich Felsberg, Nicolas McClintock and Nigel Thomas. No distributor set. Drama. English-, French-, Czech-, Hungarian-, Italian- and German-language, subtitled. Not yet rated. Running time: 97 min.