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  • Recent Video by Robert Frank

    Legendary street photographer Robert Frank displays some of the restlessness of his landmark 1958 book, The Americans, in these ostensible documentaries, which movingly suggest the unknowability of their subjects. more...
  • The Reckless Moment

    This 1949 melodrama from Max Ophuls's postwar Hollywood period is usually overlooked in favor of the masterpieces he would realize upon returning to Europe (Lola Montes, The Earrings of Madame de . . . more...
  • Reconstruction

    A photographer in Copenhagen (Nikolaj Lie Kaas) betrays his girlfriend (Maria Bonnevie) to pursue an adulterous fling with a Swedish woman (Bonnevie again) who's visiting with her novelist husband. more...
  • The Red and the White

    This 1967 feature was one of the first by Hungarian filmmaker Miklos Jancso to have some impact in the U.S., and the stylistic virtuosity, ritualistic power, and sheer beauty of his work are already fully apparent. more...
  • A Red Bear

    This 2002 crime drama by Argentinean writer-director Adrian Israel Caetano comes close to redeeming one of the hoariest conventions of the genre: the crook who needs to pull off one last job before going straight. more...
  • Red Beard

    Akira Kurosawa's 1965 film stars Yuzo Kayama as an impetuous young doctor coming into conflict with his aging superior in an impoverished clinic in early 19th-century Japan. more...
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  • Red Cliff (R)

    Released in China as two movies but edited down to a single feature for U.S. release, John Woo's 2008 historical drama takes place early in the third century, when the Han Dynasty, having won a civil war in the north, set out to crush two troublemaking warlords in the south. more...
  • Red-Headed Woman

    Anita Loos, who invented the stereotype of the fast-talking, hard-hearted gold digger in Gentlemen Prefer Blondes, wrote the screenplay for this precode comedy (1932), which gave Jean Harlow one of her most perfect roles. more...
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  • Red Lights

    A disaffected middle-aged couple (Jean-Pierre Darroussin and Carole Bouquet) drive south to pick up their kids from summer camp, the husband drinking steadily along the way. more...
  • Red Obsession

    Directors Warwick Ross and David Roach take what might seem an esoteric topic—the luxury market for wine—and fashion a surprisingly entertaining documentary that's not just for oenophiles. more...
  • Red Psalm

    East Side Story, a 1997 documentary about communist musicals, cynically assumes that communist-bloc directors were just itching to go Hollywood. more...
  • Red Riding: 1974 (NR)

    Adapted from a series of novels by David Peace, the "Red Riding" trilogy (2009) incorporates true-crime stories from the north of England into a sweeping neo-noir saga in which the cops are as predatory as the criminals. more...