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  • All Good Things (R)

    "I've never been closer to anyone, and I don't know you at all," a young woman (Kirsten Dunst) tells her creepy, remote husband (Ryan Gosling) in this strange and purposely frustrating crime drama. more...
  • All I Desire

    A failed actress and mother of three (Barbara Stanwyck) returns to the husband (Richard Carlson) and family she deserted years before in this superior 1953 drama by Douglas Sirk, a very personal reworking of a standard soap-opera plot. more...
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  • All of Me
  • All of Me

    This moving documentary profiles villagers (most of them women) in La Patrona, Mexico, who prepare food for the Latin American migrants passing through the area on freight trains. more...
  • All of Me (PG)

    Pairing of two goofy comics with independent styles might seem like a recipe for disaster, but the wacky plot premise of this hilarious Carl Reiner comedy makes it work, and Steve Martin and Lily Tomlin are seen pretty much at their peak (1984). more...
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  • All the Difference
  • All the Difference

    Chicagoan Tod Lending, whose Oscar-nominated documentary Legacy (2000) looked at a family trying to survive the Henry Horner Homes, returns to the west side for this Hoop Dreams-like story of two impoverished Englewood teens fighting an uphill battle to get through college. more...
  • Alma

    A New York performance artist returns home to a small Georgia town to care for her mother, who's suffering a mental breakdown. more...
  • Almost Brothers

    This 2004 Brazilian political drama follows two childhood friends whose lives intersect repeatedly over four decades despite their social backgrounds: Miguel was born to a middle-class white family, Jorge to black parents from the slums of Rio de Janeiro. more...
  • Almost Holy
  • Almost Holy

    Pastor Gennadiy Mokhnenko, the flawed hero of this stirring 2015 documentary, runs Pilgrim Republic, a rehabilitation center for drug-addicted street kids in Mariupol, Ukraine. more...
  • Aloft
  • Aloft (R)

    This distinctive magic realist drama marks the English-language debut of Peruvian writer-director Claudia Llosa, who received an Oscar nomination for her previous feature, The Milk of Sorrow (2009). more...
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