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  • Secret Things

    I've watched this 2002 French drama twice, and I still can't decide whether it's a masterpiece of sexual provocation or just a really classy stroke film. more...
  • The Secret World of Arrietty (NR)

    Adapted from the British children's book The Borrowers, this 2010 animation feature from Hayao Miyazaki's Studio Ghibli (Spirited Away, My Neighbor Totoro) pulses with feeling for childhood and nature and develops a surprising amount of suspense considering it takes place around a single suburban home. more...
  • The Secrets

    An ambitious mix of mysticism, melodrama, and lesbian romance, this 2007 Israeli feature is set in the atmospheric city of Safed, a revered site for the Jewish practice of kabbalah. more...
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  • See You Next Tuesday

    American movie comedies invoke taboo subject matter so blithely now that the genre seems to have lost its ability to shock, which makes this genuinely discomforting debut feature (2013) by writer-director Drew Tobia all the more remarkable. more...
  • See You Off to the Edge of Town

    When their parents come to visit from Hong Kong, two Americanized sisters take them on a road trip to the Grand Canyon, but family harmony is tested when the car breaks down. more...
  • Seed of Chucky

    Chucky, the homicidal doll who made his debut in Child's Play (1988), returns in this rudely funny splatter comedy directed by Don Mancini, who created the character and has written all five installments. more...
  • Semiconductor

    These experimental shorts by British filmmakers Ruth Jarman and Joe Gerhardt—known collectively as Semiconductor—range from glitchy digital animation from the late 90s, which illustrates their connection to the electronica scene (they once hosted a club night for the influential London label Warp Records), to more recent work that expresses their fascination with invisible natural phenomena. more...
  • Semper Fi: Always Faithful (NR)

    According to this documentary by Rachel Libert and Tony Hardmon, as many as a million people may have been poisoned by the Marine Corps' dumping of carcinogens into the water supply at Camp Lejeune in Jacksonville, North Carolina, between 1957 and 1987. more...
  • Senna (PG-13)

    Formula One racing champion Ayrton Senna, who died in a 1994 crash, is the subject of this documentary by Asif Kapadia, which is most interesting for the way its construction builds on the inherent austerity of auto racing. more...
  • Separate Lies

    Screenwriter Julian Fellowes (Gosford Park, Vanity Fair) makes his directing debut with this devastating drama about a hit-and-run in a country village that takes the life of an old man and forever changes a coldhearted London solicitor (Tom Wilkinson), his beautiful wife (Emily Watson), and their blue-blooded neighbor (Rupert Everett). more...