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  • Deux Fois

    This seminal 63-minute experiment by French director Jackie Raynal was part of a group of radical films financed by heiress Sylvina Boissonnas between 1968 and '70. more...
  • Devil (PG-13)

    Five people trapped on a high-rise elevator are terrorized by an unknown killer who just might be the devil. more...
  • The Devil and Daniel Johnston

    Like Chicago phenomenon Wesley Willis, singer-songwriter Daniel Johnston became a cult figure in the pop-music underground largely because of his mental illness. more...
  • The Devil Is a Woman

    Josef von Sternberg's final collaboration with Marlene Dietrich (1935) was out of circulation for many years, withheld by Paramount at the request of the Spanish government, which objected to the portrayal of the nation's officials as doom-ridden romantics. more...
  • The Devil's Backbone

    Guillermo del Toro, the Mexican horror specialist whose highly regarded Cronos was followed by the Hollywood misfire Mimic, should recoup his reputation with this neogothic yarn (2001) set in an isolated orphanage for boys during the Spanish civil war. more...
  • The Devil's Miner

    Kief Davidson and Richard Ladkani's documentary is a powerful indictment of the horrendous treatment of children who toil in hellish Bolivian silver mines. more...
  • Devils on the Doorstep

    A Grand Prix winner at Cannes, this darkly comic antiwar film (2000) is masterfully directed by actor Wen Jiang (Red Sorghum), who stars as a hapless peasant in 1944 China. more...
  • The Devil's Rejects

    Rock musician Rob Zombie made his feature-directing debut with House of 1000 Corpses (2003), a gruesome tribute to 70s horror exploitation movies that was spoiled by its campy excesses and self-conscious montage of clips from classics. more...
  • The Devil's Trap (NR)

    A feudal lord in 16th-century Bohemia enlists a priest of the Inquisition to target the son of a troublesome miller, on the pretense that the boy's vast knowledge of nature must be the result of some satanic bargain. more...
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  • The Dhamma Brothers

    An example of advocacy filmmaking at its most inspired, this 2007 video goes inside a violent maximum-security prison to document a rigorous ten-day Vipassana Buddhist meditation program undertaken by dozens of hard-core criminals, some of them murderers serving life sentences. more...
  • Diameter of the Bomb

    Documentarians Steven Silver and Andrew Quigley revisit the 2002 suicide bombing of a Jerusalem bus that left 20 dead and 50 wounded. more...
  • The Diary of a Teenage Girl
  • The Diary of a Teenage Girl (R)

    Adapted from Phoebe Gloeckner's acclaimed 2002 graphic novel, this provocative indie feature chronicles the furtive sexual relationship between a precocious 15-year-old girl (Bel Powley) and her mother's boyfriend (Alexander Skarsgard) in the anything-goes atmosphere of mid-70s San Francisco. more...
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  • Diary of the Dead

    After jump-starting his career with Universal's Land of the Dead (2005), George A. Romero lined up independent financing to shoot this low-budget fifth installment in his zombie cycle. more...