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  • 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 Game
  • In the Game

    This Kartemquin Films documentary looks at a public high school on Chicago's southwest side for a few years before and after Rahm Emanuel's sweeping budget cuts to the city's school system. more...
  • 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...
  • In the Pit

    Mexican documentarian Juan Carlos Rulfo (whose 1999 feature debut Juan, I Forgot, I Don't Remember focused on his father, author Juan Rulfo) tracks the construction of the mammoth “Second Deck,” an elevated highway that extends over ten miles across Mexico City. more...
  • In the Realm of the Senses (NC-17)

    Nagisa Oshima's depiction of the obsessive lovemaking between a prostitute and the husband of a brothel keeper, which leads ultimately to the death of the man (with his own consent), is one of the most powerful erotic films ever made, but it certainly isn't for every taste. more...
  • In the Shadow of Gold Mountain

    Chinese immigrants helped to build the Canadian Pacific Railroad, but once it was completed the federal government passed the Chinese Head Tax and the Exclusion Act (1885-1947), which charged all Chinese a hefty immigration fee and forced families into decades of debt and separation. more...
  • In the Shadow of the Moon

    David Sington's glossy tribute to the Apollo space program mixes archival material and recent interviews with the astronauts to survey what still ranks as NASA's greatest achievement. more...
  • In the Shadow of Women
  • In the Shadow of Women

    In this mordantly funny drama (2015) from French writer-director Philippe Garrel (Regular Lovers), a husband-and-wife team of documentary filmmakers work on a project about the French resistance while their personal lives are roiled by mutual infidelity. more...
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