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  • Amores Perros

    This solidly engaging, supersized 2000 Mexican drama by Alejandro Gonzalez Iñarritu provides a look at the dog days of love through three separate stories linked by a calamitous car crash and some recurring canine characters. more...
  • Broadway Damage

    Unremittingly coy yet engaging in a silly kind of way, this 1997 comedy about young NYU graduates negotiating love and careers in Manhattan is intended, according to director Victor Mignatti, as an antidote to cynicism. more...
  • Foxy Brown

    With her strong, chiseled features and take-no-prisoners attitude, Pam Grier was the best of the blaxploitation heroines of the 70s, transcending the tawdriness of vehicles like this one through sheer presence. more...
  • The Man Without a Past

    Finnish director Aki Kaurismaki perfects his trademark formula of deadpan humor and arctic circle pathos in this brilliantly ironic 2002 comedy. more...
  • My Mother's Smile

    In his best film in years, Marco Bellocchio crafts a stringently moral tale (2002) that carries a hint of horror, as if his hero had caught a whiff of hellfire. more...
  • 101 Reykjavik
  • 101 Reykjavik

    What happens when Hlynur, a nerdy Icelandic guy, has a one-night stand with his lesbian mother's fiancee that may have got her pregnant? more...
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  • Pauline and Paulette

    This modestly colorful, highly enjoyable Belgian film by Lieven Debrauwer builds on good performances and a delicate interplay of types and stereotypes as it traces the unfolding relationship among four sisters. more...
  • Welcome to Sarajevo

    Much anticipated at the 1997 Cannes festival, where it was received with quiet disappointment, this film by Michael Winterbottom provides yet another cinematic perspective on the war in Bosnia—the most tepid contribution to the genre to date. more...