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  • Gabriel Orozco

    One of the finest art documentaries I've ever seen, Juan Carlos Martin's 2002 film captures the spirit of this amazing artist not through long talking-head interviews and boring, static shots of his work but by getting some of Orozco's wry, playful, fugitive spirit into the film's ever-changing mix of styles. more...
  • Gabrielle

    Adapted from Joseph Conrad's short story "The Return," this 2005 French feature by Patrice Chereau (Those Who Love Me Can Take the Train) peers into the shadows of a loveless upper-class marriage after the wife (Isabelle Huppert) reveals to the husband (Pascal Greggory) that she's fallen for another man. It's a story of violent emotion quietly articulated in well-appointed rooms; the private scenes of man and wife navigating the emotional wreckage are punctuated by even more painful sequences in which their secret is absorbed by their grasping servants and brittle society friends. more...
  • Gaea Girls

    Documentarian Kim Longinotto (Divorce Iranian Style) teams up with Jano Williams to portray the clandestine world of Japanese female wrestling (2000). more...
  • The Gallows
  • The Gallows (R)

    The fictitious high school play The Gallows isn't very good, judging from what we see of it during the real horror movie The Gallows. more...
  • Game Over: Kasparov and the Machine

    A clumsy documentary that tells a fascinating story, this 2003 Canadian-UK feature chronicles the 1997 defeat of world chess champion Garry Kasparov by IBM's Deep Blue supercomputer in Manhattan. more...
  • Games of Love & Chance

    Like the films of Larry Clark, this 2003 feature by Abdellatif Kechiche uses gritty locations and long, seemingly improvised scenes to immerse us in the social codes and groping articulation of real teens, in this case Arab kids in the Franc-Moisin housing projects outside Paris. more...
  • The Gang of Four

    Bulle Ogier runs an all-female acting school, many of whose students (newcomers Laurence Cote, Fejria Deliba, Bernadette Giraud, and Ines de Medeiros) share a suburban house and get involved with the same creepy guy (Benoit Regent), who's either a cop or a criminal. more...
  • Ganja & Hess

    Dr. Hess Green (Duane Jones from Night of the Living Dead) is a black anthropologist who develops a taste for blood after he's accidentally stabbed with a dagger from an ancient civilization. more...
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  • Garage

    The shimmering beauty of the west Irish countryside contrasts with the boredom and callousness of its inhabitants in this finely etched 2007 drama. more...
  • Garcon stupide

    Swiss filmmaker Lionel Baier and his nonprofessional star Pierre Chatagny reportedly worked very closely in developing Chatagny's character, Loic, and the result is a painfully intimate portrait of a young man searching for his place in the world (2004). more...
  • The Garden

    Directed by Scott Hamilton Kennedy, this lively 2008 feature documents the fight to save a 14-acre community garden in South Central Los Angeles. more...
  • Garden of Earthly Delights

    New York-based filmmaker Lech Majewski is no stranger to the art world—he cowrote and coproduced Julian Schnabel's Basquiat—and his digital English-language feature Garden of Earthly Delights (106 min.), adapted from his novel Metaphysics, is a luminous, highly erotic treatise on art, love, and death. more...
  • Garden State

    A comic gem, this coming-of-age story reminds me of the great social satires of the late 60s and early 70s—small films like The Graduate and Harold and Maude, whose alienated heroes bring us along for the ride as they navigate the absurdities and hypocrisies of modern life. more...