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  • Fahrenheit 451 (NR)

    Ray Bradbury's novel about thought control in a future society (451 degrees is the temperature at which books burn) was the basis for Francois Truffaut's first, ill-fated venture outside the bounds (and native language) of Gallic humanism. more...
  • The Fairy (NR)

    Physical comedy is so rare in movies now that a team like Bruno Romy, Fiona Gordon, and Dominique Abel is something to be treasured—their Belgian features (L'Iceberg, Rumba) teem with deft slapstick and clever sight gags, skillfully directed and often gut-laugh funny. more...
  • Fake It So Real (NR)

    Robert Greene's third feature-length documentary builds on the virtues of his second, Kati With an I (2010), and conveys the excitement of an artist just finding his voice. more...
  • Family Affair (NR)

    The ubiquity of supermarket tabloids, reality TV, tell-all memoirs, and low-cost digital recorders has led too many people to air the sordid, painful events of their lives without turning them into art. more...
  • Fancypants (NR)

    Chicagoan Joshua Russell wrote and directed this story about a professional wrestler on the wane. more...
  • Farewell (NR)

    Christian Carion (Joyeux Noel) fashions an engrossing espionage drama from a forgotten but crucial episode of the Cold War: the 1983 spy case in which a Soviet intelligence officer leaked to the French government classified information on KGB activities in the West, ultimately emboldening President Reagan to propose his "Star Wars" missile defense shield. more...
  • Farmageddon (NR)

    Kristin Canty, who directed this 2010 advocacy documentary, became a convert to raw milk after learning that its natural microbes cured her son's chronic allergies, and a crusader after hearing from small farmers about the legal hassles they face in producing it. more...
  • Fast Talk (NR)

    When you hear a congressman denouncing a policy he advocated six months earlier, what you're probably listening to is the product of a college debate society, whose young Turks learn to argue either side of a proposition in pursuit of victory. more...
  • Favorite Son (NR)

    Over the hill and hobbled by a bad knee, a minor-league ballplayer (Pablo Schreiber) returns to his hometown and bonds with a budding teenage sociopath (Connor Paolo) whose mom is a former acquaintance. more...
  • The Fearmakers (NR)

    Dana Andrews returns from Korea to find Communists infiltrating his advertising agency. more...
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  • Feed the Fish (NR)

    An aging writer of children's books and his friend travel to northern Wisconsin to do a polar bear plunge in this comedy by Michael Matzdorff. more...
  • Une Femme Douce (NR)

    Robert Bresson's 1969 film begins with a woman's suicide and ends with the lid of her coffin being screwed into place. more...
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