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  • You're Killing Me Susana
  • You're Killing Me Susana (NR)

    In this offbeat romance, a happy-go-lucky actor in Mexico City (Gael García Bernal) is shocked when his wife (Verónica Echegui) abruptly leaves him and even more shocked when their mutual friends are unsurprised. more...
  • The Yes Men Are Revolting
  • The Yes Men Are Revolting (NR)

    Hoping to draw attention to environmental causes, movie pranksters Andy Bichlbaum and Mike Bonanno, aka the Yes Men, stage several elaborate hoaxes for this third documentary feature. more...
  • Yona
  • Yona (NR)

    As portrayed in the biopic Yona, poet Yona Wallach was a literary rock star—extroverted, openly bisexual, and prone to public feuds with her contemporaries. more...
  • Yossi (NR)

    Israeli director Eytan Fox depicts modern gay life and contemporary Tel Aviv with sympathy and knowing insight, and he excels at creating casual rapport among actors; yet in film after film he undermines these gifts with hamfisted melodramatic plotting and unconvincing shifts in tone. more...
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  • You've Been Trumped (NR)

    If you still have any questions about the personal character of Donald Trump, check out this muckraking British documentary (2011) by Anthony Baxter about the tycoon's ongoing crusade to construct a billion-dollar golf resort in Aberdeenshire on the northeastern coast of Scotland. more...
  • Yelling to the Sky (NR)

    This feature debut by writer-director-producer Victoria Mahoney takes a harsh but none-too-convincing look at a young mixed-race girl's shattered family and rough life on the mean streets and schoolyards of Queens. more...
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    You Won't Miss Me (NR)

    Hipster princess Stella Schnabel (daughter of the painter and film director Julian Schnabel) stars as a hot mess who's been freshly discharged from a New York psychiatric ward, but not because she's got her shit together or anything. more...
  • La Yuma (NR)

    A young woman living in an impoverished Nicaraguan slum dreams of becoming a boxer. more...
  • Yoo-Hoo, Mrs. Goldberg (NR)

    Writer-actress Gertrude Berg, a huge radio personality during the Depression with her daily serial about an immigrant Jewish family's comic rise up the socioeconomic ladder, brought her audience with her when The Goldbergs debuted on the new TV medium in 1949; it quickly became a hit, earned her the first best actress Emmy, and opened the door for Lucille Ball, who later inherited its time slot. more...
  • Yojimbo (NR)

    Akira Kurosawa has any number of dramatic and cinematic cliches (both American and Japanese) to overcome—and does so brilliantly—in this action-packed, highly comic 1961 translation of Dashiell Hammett's Red Harvest to the samurai movie tradition. more...
  • Yael Bartana: A Declaration (NR)

    The Amsterdam- and Tel Aviv-based artist will screen and discuss works including The Polish Trilogy, Kings of the Hill, Wild Seeds, and A Declaration. more...