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  • This Is Not a Film (NR)

    In December 2010, Iran's Revolutionary Court declared writer-director Jafar Panahi (The Circle, Crimson Gold) to be guilty of propaganda against the state, sentenced him to six years in prison, and banned him from filmmaking for 20 years. more...
  • This Is the End (R)

    Playing themselves, Seth Rogen and Jay Baruchel attend a party for all their hip, ironic actor friends at the Hollywood home of James Franco, but the festivities are interrupted by a strictly biblical apocalypse that leaves the aforementioned barricaded inside with Craig Robinson, Danny McBride, and Jonah Hill. more...
  • This Little Life

    The imprisoning, hothouse world of a neonatal intensive care unit is explored in this searing 2003 drama. more...
  • This Revolution

    Stephen Marshall, director of numerous left-wing shorts as part of the Guerrilla News Network, makes his feature debut with this novel remake of Haskell Wexler's counterculture classic Medium Cool (1969). more...
  • This So-Called Disaster

    After playing the ghost in Michael Almereyda's underrated modern-dress-Manhattan film of Hamlet (2000), Sam Shepard invited Almereyda to film his own rehearsals for the San Francisco stage production of his autobiographical play The Late Henry Moss, featuring Nick Nolte, Sean Penn, James Gammon, and Cheech Marin. more...
  • Those Who Love Me Can Take the Train

    Inspired in part by the death of French filmmaker Francois Reichenbach, this 1998 feature by Patrice Chereau focuses on the funeral of a bisexual Parisian painter (Jean-Louis Trintignant) who'd asked to be buried in the city of Limoges, adding “Those who love me can take the train.” The train takers consist of former lovers, friends, a brother (Trintignant again), and their current mates, and emerging from the crowded comedy-drama, mainly through the funeral's preliminaries and aftermath, is a portrait of the painter and his largely gay circle. more...
  • Threads

    This striking and poetic experimental feature (2003) was shot in Morocco, but its maker, Hakim Belabbes, is a former graduate student at Columbia College who did much of the pre- and postproduction work in Chicago. more...
  • Three Dancing Slaves

    Gael Morel's somber 2004 French feature about three young brothers is thematically similar to S.E. Hinton's stories charting inchoate violence and homoeroticism among young men stuck in working-class environs. more...
  • 3-Iron (R)

    In our world of endless noise and pointless jabber, the movies of Kim Ki-duk (Spring, Summer, Fall, Winter . . . more...
  • Three Kings (R)

    Four characters seeking personal gain are nearly sidetracked by altruistic impulses in this emotionally and politically responsible movie set in Iraq during the immediate aftermath of the gulf war—a damning yet idealistic satire about the motives behind U.S. foreign policy. more...
  • Three Monkeys

    A prominent politician nods off at the wheel one night, kills a pedestrian on a lonely country road, and persuades his usual chauffeur to take the rap, promising him a big payoff when he gets out of prison. more...
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