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  • In Bruges

    Martin McDonagh's Oscar-winning short Six Shooter showed a fine sense of irony, but this debut feature by the Irish playwright (The Pillowman) turned director is even more impressive in its command of tone. more...
  • In Mom's Head

    Uncommonly wise about filial bonds, this offbeat charmer (2007) follows teenage tomboy Lucille (Chloe Coulloud) as she tries to free her mother (Karin Viard of Time Out) from a long depression. more...
  • In My Country

    John Boorman directs a potent, liberal-minded drama about South Africa's Truth and Reconciliation hearings of the mid-90s, adapted by Ann Peacock from Antjie Krog's book Country of My Skull. more...
  • In Praise of Love

    Jean-Luc Godard's 2001 feature, his best since Nouvelle Vague (1990), is in some respects as difficult as that film, though visually it's stunning and unique even among Godard's work. more...
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  • In Search of a Midnight Kiss

    Smart dialogue, an impeccably crafted story, and eye-catching LA locations make this low-budget feature by Alex Holdridge the most worthwhile date movie I've seen in some time. more...
  • In Search of Mozart

    Milos Forman's Amadeus (1984) is so ingrained in the popular imagination that its portrait of Mozart may never be dispelled, but this thorough and insightful 2006 documentary presents a more rounded and compelling view of the high-spirited genius. more...
  • In Search of the Unreturned Soldiers

    The documentaries Shohei Imamura made for Japanese TV in the early 1970s are among this revolutionary director’s most confrontational works; nearly all of them show the filmmaker tracking down people directly involved with World War II atrocities and forcing them to describe their experiences on camera. more...
  • In Secret (R)

    This haunting adaptation of Emile Zola's novel Thérèse Raquin (1867) has good performances from Oscar Isaac (Inside Llewyn Davis) and Tom Felton (Draco Malfoy in the Harry Potter franchise). more...
  • In the City of Sylvia

    A hypnotic and haunting feature by Spanish experimental filmmaker Jose Luis Guerin, with reference points to W.G. Sebald's novel Vertigo and Alfred Hitchcock's film of the same title. more...
  • In the Company of Men

    Don't tell anyone, but this blistering piece of provocation by independent writer-director Neil LaBute, his first feature (1997), has a lot to do with capitalism and how it alters our notions of masculinity and romance; in short, it's about how business affects the way we live and think and feel. more...
  • In the Family (NR)

    Patrick Wang's moving debut feature appropriates the story arc of a courtroom drama, but the law turns out to be less pivotal than such old-fashioned ideas as fairness and decency. more...
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  • In the Land of the Free . . .

    Narrated by Samuel L. Jackson, this documentary revisits the controversial cases of the Angola 3, who collectively served more than a hundred years of solitary confinement in Louisiana's vast Angola Prison. more...