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  • Entre Nous

    Two women, a Jewish refugee (Isabelle Huppert) and a budding artist (Miou-Miou), meet in the aftermath of World War II and gradually form a deep bond that excludes their husbands and children. more...
  • Entre Ses Mains

    French director Anne Fontaine, who explored the dark undercurrents of a father-son relationship in her excellent How I Killed My Father, ventures even further into shadow with this heartless psychological thriller. more...
  • Equinox Flower

    A father finds himself caught between the authoritarian demands of Japanese tradition and the reasonable requests of his westernized daughter, who has become engaged without asking his permission. more...
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  • Erotic Tales 1

    A 1994 collection of short narrative films by Mani Kaul (The Cloud Door), Ken Russell (The Insatiable Mrs. Kirsch), and Susan Seidelman (The Dutch Master), each a little under a half-hour long. more...
  • Esophagus

    At 28, Chicagoan James Fotopoulos has made more than 100 films and videos, and they keep getting better, having moved from the uncomfortableness of human flesh to the more metaphysical hell of Esophagus (2004). more...
  • Eva Hesse
  • Eva Hesse

    Marcie Begleiter directed this warm documentary about the short, extraordinary life of the title artist, who died at age 34 of a brain tumor. more...
  • Eve & the Fire Horse

    An auspicious debut for Canadian filmmaker Julia Kwan, this 2005 feature follows two young sisters on their divergent paths to recovery after their beloved grandmother dies. more...
  • Even Dwarfs Started Small

    Werner Herzog's second feature (1970) is a frightening, obscene, and brilliant study of what happens when rebels (however justified) aren't worthy of the rebellion they start. more...
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