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  • Ghosts of the Cite Soleil

    Filmmakers Asger Leth and Milos Loncarevic plunged into Haiti's most desperate, dangerous slum in February 2004, as President Aristide was losing his grip on power, and came back with a powerful human story about two brothers on the wrong side of history. more...
  • Gideon's Day (NR)

    With its eccentric mix of realism and mannerism, London locations and stylish sets, John Ford's 1958 adaptation of a John Creasey novel is decidedly un-Hollywood. more...
  • The Gift
  • The Gift (R)

    This cagey suspense film was originally called "Weirdo," but the ultimate release title, bland as it might seem, is actually closer to the mark: the story is like one of those gift-wrapped boxes with another box inside, and another inside that one. more...
  • Gigante

    Jara (Horacio Camandule) works as a night security guard in a Montevideo supermarket and moonlights on weekends as a bouncer in a bar that needs one. more...
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  • Gilaneh

    A remarkable antiwar statement, this elegiac film has two parts, both starting on Iran's Independence Day but separated by 15 years. more...
  • Gilles' Wife

    Set in the 1930s, this film from Luxembourg stars Emmanuelle Devos as a mother of three young children who slowly comes to suspect that her foundry-worker husband (Clovis Cornillac) is having an affair with her beautiful younger sister. more...
  • The Giraffe's Neck

    The title of this 2003 domestic drama refers to a bookshop once owned by the protagonist (Claude Rich), now an elderly cardiac patient consigned to a nursing home by his grown daughter (Sandrine Bonnaire). more...
  • A Girl at My Door
  • A Girl at My Door

    A young but resolute policewoman (Doona Bae of Cloud Atlas), reassigned from Seoul to a remote fishing village, becomes the reluctant protector of a motherless schoolgirl picked on by the community, cursed by her drunken grandmother, and periodically beaten by her loutish father. more...
  • The Girl From Monaco (R)

    A high-powered defense attorney (Fabrice Luchini) and the bodyguard assigned to him during a murder trial (Roschdy Zem) clash over a beautiful, salacious TV weather announcer (Louise Bourgoin) in this frequently hilarious bedroom comedy by the cagey French writer-director Anne Fontaine (How I Killed My Father). more...
  • The Girl From Monday

    Hal Hartley's previous feature, No Such Thing (2001), had a clever philosophical premise, but its style was so theatrical that many of the best speeches withered into pontification. more...
  • Girl Model

    Fueled by righteous anger, this 2011 documentary shows the process by which Russian fashion agencies lure teen and preteen girls to become models in Japan, then exploit them for all they're worth. more...
  • Girl Shy (NR)

    Harold Lloyd, resident nebbish of Little Bend, California, writes a book on how to succeed with women, even though he can't stop stuttering when he looks a girl in the face. more...