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  • Satan Was a Lady

    This new feature by Doris Wishman, the veteran low-budget auteur, has everything you might want in a cheap exploitation film: laughable dialogue, awkward storytelling, and some of the worst acting this side of your high school musical. more...
  • Sea in the Blood

    Canadian video maker Richard Fung directed this 2000 memoir of his older sister, who suffered from the rare, terminal blood disease thalassemia. more...
  • Silence

    Michal Rosa's creepy 2001 Polish feature focuses on a railroad engineer who's been obsessed with a young woman for 20 years, since the day he inadvertently caused the death of her parents. more...
  • Sir: Just a Normal Guy

    For 15 months Melanie La Rosa documented Jay Snider's transformation from female to male, from her first testosterone injections to her breast-removal surgery, and the metamorphosis documented in this 2001 video are fascinating. more...
  • The Sissy Duckling

    Anthony Bell's wonderful 1999 animated video, created for HBO from a screenplay by Harvey Fierstein, recasts Hans Christian Andersen's “The Ugly Duckling” as the story of a classic sissy: he hates sports, loves theater, and prefers the girl ducklings to the bullying jock ducks. more...
  • Sisters in Resistance

    Four Frenchwomen interned by the Nazis at Ravensbruck concentration camp reunite for this 2000 documentary by Maia Wechsler, a fascinating oral history of France during the war years. more...
  • Spirits of Havana

    This extraordinary 2000 documentary follows Canadian jazz musicians Jane Bunnett and Larry Cramer on their late-90s pilgrimage to explore Cuba's musical heritage, with rare footage of aging rumba groups and a beautiful session with the Haitian Creole a cappella choir Desandann. more...