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  • Forbidden Quest

    Korean screenwriter Kim Dae-woo makes his directorial debut with this witty and inventive 18th-century fable about an aristocratic young court scholar tapped by a princess to investigate an art forgery. more...
  • Forbidden to Forbid

    This 2006 Brazilian feature adroitly blends romantic melodrama with social commentary as a love triangle plays out in the slums of Rio de Janeiro. more...
  • Ford Transit

    This innovative 2002 feature by Hany Abu-Assad (Rana's Wedding), a unique mix of documentary and fiction, follows a minibus driver transporting diverse cargoes of passengers in Ramallah and Jerusalem. more...
  • Forest of the Hanged

    Liviu Ciulei, who's enjoyed a celebrated career in European and American theater as well as film, won the director's prize at Cannes for this incisive 1964 antiwar drama, a landmark in Romanian cinema. more...
  • The Forest

    A French-schooled African education official bemoans his nation's backwardness and bigotry in this 2003 film, said to be the first feature from the Central African Republic. more...
  • Forever

    Veteran documentary maker Heddy Honigmann haunts the Père-Lachaise cemetery in Paris, contemplating the voluptuous statuary and interviewing people who've come to pay their respects. more...
  • Forgetting Sarah Marshall (R)

    In the comedy empire of producer Judd Apatow (The 40-Year-Old Virgin, Knocked Up), many of the breaks have gone to people who toughed it out on his unsuccessful TV series Undeclared and Freaks and Geeks: Seth Rogen, who played one of the stoners on the latter show, has become Apatow's lieutenant and most interesting find, and now Jason Segel, who played another of them, scripted and stars in this solidly funny romantic comedy. more...
  • Forgiving Dr. Mengele

    Many Holocaust documentaries emphasize the victimhood of the Jews, but this 2005 video by local artists Bob Hercules and Cheri Pugh is more psychologically complex and politically resonant. more...
  • 48 Angels

    This simple but effective chamber piece (2006) recalls Whistle Down the Wind with its story of a terminally ill Irish Catholic boy (Ciaran Flynn) who thinks he's found Jesus when he stumbles across a bearded, wounded fugitive (Shane Brolly) hiding out on a ruined estate. more...
  • 45 Years
  • 45 Years (R)

    Kate and Geoff Mercer (Charlotte Rampling and Tom Courtenay) have spent most of their lives together; having weathered their share of adversity, including Geoff's heart attack a few years back, these retired spouses aren't easily fazed. more...
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  • Forty Guns

    Samuel Fuller's wild, wonderful, semicoherent black-and-white 'Scope western (1957) was shot in ten days, and in some ways looks it. more...