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  • Backyard

    The real-life epidemic of wo­men murdered just south of the U.S. border inspired this intelligent Mexican thriller by Carlos Carrera (The Crime of Father Amaro). more...
  • Berlin '36

    Loosely based on historical events, this engaging made-for-TV drama stars the lissome, intense Karoline Herfurth as a Jewish high-jump medalist who hopes to represent Nazi Germany in the 1936 Olympics. more...
  • Berlin '36

    Loosely based on historical events, this engaging made-for-TV drama stars the lissome, intense Karoline Herfurth as a Jewish high-jump medalist who hopes to represent Nazi Germany in the 1936 Olympics. more...
  • Chicago Overcoat

    Veteran character actor Frank Vincent (Raging Bull, Goodfellas, The Sopranos) gets top billing in this modest local production about an aging hit man’s last hurrah. more...
  • Daniel & Ana

    In Mexico City, an upper-class college student (Marimar Vega) and her younger brother (Dario Yazbek Bernal) are carjacked at gunpoint, ordered into the trunk of their vehicle, taken to a deserted house, and forced to copulate on camera for a sex video. more...
  • Eccentricities of a Blond Hair Girl

    A heartbroken young accountant (Ricardo Trepa) reminisces to a bemused stranger on a train (Leonor Silveira) about his doomed and costly infatuation with a mysterious blond woman (Catarina Wallenstein) whose key character flaw is revealed in a series of flashbacks. more...
  • An Education

    In London during the early 60s, a precocious 16-year-old schoolgirl (Carey Mulligan) is seduced by a middle-aged grifter (Peter Sarsgaard) so good at his game that even her Pooterish, superficially vigilant parents (Alfred Molina and Cara Seymour) see nothing amiss. more...
  • Effi Briest

    Julia Jentsch (Sophie Scholl: The Final Days) plays the title character in this fifth screen adaptation of the German novel by Theodor Fontane. more...
  • Face

    Tsai Ming-Liang (Goodbye, Dragon Inn) pays vague tribute to Francois Truffaut throughout this slow, self-indulgent, but often shockingly beautiful art film. more...
  • Hipsters

    Set in mid-50s Moscow, this exuberant, candy-colored hybrid of Quadrophenia, American Graffitti, and Footloose pits an imaginary subculture of pompadoured, swing-dancing peacocks and their sexually liberated bobby-soxer girlfriends against the puritanical Soviet state. more...
  • The Last Days of Emma Blank

    An old-school exercise in theater of the absurd, this fitfully amusing Dutch feature centers on a house in the country and the imperious matron who presides over it. more...
  • Looking for Eric

    No one goes to a Ken Loach movie for comedy or fantasy, and while the great British social realist (The Wind That Shakes the Barley, Bread and Roses, My Name Is Joe) is entitled to stretch a bit, this quirky story never comes together. more...
  • Made in Hungaria

    It seems as if every former Soviet satellite will eventually produce its own American Graffiti, and this colorful, cartoonish Hungarian musical is pretty good fun. more...