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  • Next to Her
  • Next to Her

    A twentysomething Israeli woman in contemporary Haifa spends her days working at an elementary school and all her free time caring for her mentally ill sister; when she meets and falls for a substitute teacher, the new relationship disrupts this delicate balance. more...
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  • Nice Bombs

    Chicago filmmaker Usama Alshaibi grew up in Iraq and the U.S., and although he recently became an American citizen, his personal video documentary has plenty to say about the day-to-day existence of his Baghdad relatives, whom he visited in 2004. more...
  • Nicotina

    The master principle of film noir—that everyone is corruptible—turns a pinwheel of plot complications in this fleet, stylish little crime drama from Mexico. more...
  • Night and Day

    Korean director Hong Sang-soo (Woman on the Beach) makes movies about sex, but it's always the elephant in the room, diligently ignored by his characters even as they carry on the elaborate bargaining of seduction. more...
  • Night and Fog

    Only half an hour long, this is the greatest film ever made about the concentration camps (1956). more...
  • Night Bus

    Shot in stark black and white, this Iranian feature revisits the Iran-Iraq war from the perspective of three Iranians—a hotheaded 18-year-old soldier, an older officer, and a grizzled driver—as they transport a busload of captured Iraqis through a no-man's-land. more...
  • Night Moves
  • Night Moves (R)

    In the acclaimed Wendy and Lucy (2008), writer-director Kelly Reichardt and screenwriter Jon Raymond submerged their anger over America’s fraying social safety net in a simple story of a homeless young woman and her dog; this excellent drama is more explicit politically but marries the rhetoric to a slow-burning suspense story that won't let go. more...
  • Night Nurse

    A William Wellman curiosity done for Warners in 1931, this gritty thriller, a favorite of film critic Manny Farber, is of principal interest today for its juicy early performances by Barbara Stanwyck, Joan Blondell, and Clark Gable. more...
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  • A Night of D.W. Griffith

    Film scholar Tom Gunning hosts a program of early shorts by D.W. Griffith, including Rose O'Salem Town (1910) and The Massacre (1912). more...
  • The Night of the Shooting Stars

    For all of the American cinema's infatuation with "childlike innocence" in the late 70s, this 1982 film is the only one of its era I know that captures a child's point of view both convincingly and movingly. more...
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