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  • Palio
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    Palio

    Hundreds of years old, the Palio is an annual horse race in Siena, Italy, whose riders represent different zones of the Tuscan city. more...
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    The Priest's Children

    A convenience store owner and an idealistic priest wage a secret war on contraception by puncturing holes in every condom for sale in their remote island community. more...
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  • Palestine Stereo
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    Palestine Stereo

    Rashid Masharawi, writing and directing his first narrative feature since Laila's Birthday (2008), returns to the subject of ordinary Palestinians struggling to maintain normal lives amid chaos. more...
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  • Pleased to Meet Me
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    Pleased to Meet Me

    The chief pleasure of this unassuming indie drama (2013) comes from watching veteran musicians try their hand at acting; the cast includes John Doe, Aimee Mann, Loudon Wainwright, and Joe Henry. more...
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    Patang (NR)

    A wealthy Indian businessman (Mukund Shukla) returns to his hometown of Ahmedabad on the eve of its annual kite festival, hoping to mend relationships with his estranged family. more...
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    The Perfect Family (PG-13)

    A suburban mom (Kathleen Turner) is nominated for Catholic Woman of the Year but fears the award will slip away if her fellow parishioners discover that her daughter (Emily Deschanel) is a lesbian and her son (Jason Ritter) is cheating on his wife. more...
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    Profane (NR)

    Like a bargain-basement version of Gaspar Noé's Enter the Void, this Chicago-shot feature by Usama Alshaibi (Nice Bombs) uses a panoply of shock tactics—rapid editing, blurry superimpositions, drug use, and S-M—to evoke nauseous fascination with the sexual underworld. more...
  • Professor (NR)

    The secret dream of most academics is to accrue enough prestige and grant money that they'll never have to teach again, but Jay Holstein, professor of religious studies at the University of Iowa, happily foregoes research and publication in favor of a double teaching load. more...
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    Player (NR)

    An end credit offering "special thanks" to Bertolt Brecht and Alexander Pushkin underscores the talkiness of this neo-noir, whose story might have fared better onstage. more...
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    Paths of Glory: Anatomy of a Film (NR)

    Stanley Kubrick's stunning antiwar drama Paths of Glory (1957) gets a thorough exegesis from Columbia College adjunct faculty David Spodak, who wrote, directed, and narrated this 2009 documentary. more...
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    Palaces of Pity

    In this beautiful, vaguely sinister art film, two teenage girls compete for the affection of their regal grandmother and, after she dies, for ownership of her grand estate. more...