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  • The Long Voyage Home

    The revisionist view of this 1940 adaptation by John Ford and Dudley Nichols of four one-act plays by Eugene O'Neill downgrades it in favor of the once-neglected Ford westerns--in large part because, unlike the westerns, it was widely praised when it first came out. more...
  • The Last Command

    Josef von Sternberg's first encounter with Emil Jannings, which led to their collaboration on The Blue Angel two years later, was in this late silent Hollywood masterpiece (1928) about a Russian general (Jannings) reduced to the status of a Hollywood extra in a film about the Russian Revolution. more...
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  • Lore (NR)

    Australian writer-director Cate Shortland, who made an impressive feature debut with Somersault (2004), returns at last with a gripping second feature that marks both a continuation of and a radical departure from the first. more...
  • A Late Quartet (R)

    A beloved string quartet that's been performing together for 25 years (Christopher Walken, Catherine Keener, Philip Seymour Hoffman, Mark Ivanir) begins to crumble after the cellist (Walken) is diagnosed with Parkinson's disease. more...
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  • Lourdes

    In this austere but often wry French drama (2009), a woman with multiple sclerosis (Sylvie Testud) makes a religious pilgrimage to the title town, where millions have journeyed since the Virgin Mary was reportedly seen there in 1858. more...
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