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  • Adada

    When a noble but poor family marries off a mute daughter, Adada, we brace for the worst. more...
  • Adam and Eve (Still)

    What if Adam and Eve had eaten not only from the tree of knowledge but also from the tree of life, and gained immortality? more...
  • Adam & Paul

    Screenwriter Mark O'Halloran's 2004 film follows two junkies as they spend a day wandering around Dublin in search of a fix and, perhaps, something more. more...
  • All About the Benjamins

    Genre films can become so ritualized and formulaic that they start to look like exercises in surrealism. more...
  • Amandla! A Revolution in Four-Part Harmony

    Lee Hirsch's sprawling 2002 history of music's role in the antiapartheid struggle shows how music evolved along with the conflict, shifting from lyrical pining for justice to angry martial imagery and rhythms. more...
  • Anything Can Happen

    An advertising copywriter saves the life of a crime lord's most trusted lieutenant and finds himself embroiled in a gang war. more...
  • Apres vous

    Talented actors Daniel Auteuil and Jose Garcia (Whatever) make the best of some pretty thin material in this 2003 French farce. more...
  • Bad Company

    Chess-hustling, ticket-scalping Chris Rock learns that his separated-at-birth twin brother was an ultrasophisticated CIA operative killed while on a sensitive mission. more...
  • Bad Guy (Nabbeun namja)

    Korean director Kim Ki-duk is best known here for his gentle Spring, Summer, Fall, Winter...and Spring (2004), but much of his work belongs to the "cinema of cruelty" school associated with Michael Haneke. more...
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  • Bad Guy

    Korean director Kim Ki-duk is best known here for his gentle Spring, Summer, Fall, Winter . . . more...
  • Balancing Acts

    The life of Man-Fong Tong sounds like something out of an absurdist historical novel: born in China, he traveled the world as an acrobat, gave a command performance for Hitler, married a Jewish-Hungarian vaudevillian, and later appeared on the Ed Sullivan Show. more...