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  • The Absent One

    The Dept. Q Trilogy, based on three best-selling crime novels by Danish writer Jussi Adler-Olsen, draws comparisons with Stieg Larsson's The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo franchise: set in Scandinavia and featuring a sullen male protagonist, it's violent, hard-boiled, and psychologically disturbing. more...
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    Big Love

    Reminiscent of Nicolas Roeg's Bad Timing (1980), this sexually explicit art movie jumps back and forth between two story lines, one tracing the obsessive affair between a teenage music student (Aleksandra Hamkalo) and a biochemist (Antoni Pawlicki) some ten years her senior, and the other chronicling the police investigation that ensues after the man has murdered the girl. more...
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    Caprice

    Universally derided (on this side of the Atlantic) at the time of its release (1967), this remarkably acid satire on the hideousness of American consumerism stars Doris Day as an industrial spy who inadvertently becomes mixed up in espionage, with Richard Harris. more...
  • A Conspiracy of Faith

    The Dept. Q Trilogy, based on three best-selling crime novels by Danish writer Jussi Adler-Olsen, draws comparisons with Stieg Larsson's The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo franchise: set in Scandinavia and featuring a sullen male protagonist, it's violent, hard-boiled, and psychologically disturbing. more...
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    The Keeper of Lost Causes

    The Dept. Q Trilogy, based on three best-selling crime novels by Danish writer Jussi Adler-Olsen, draws comparisons with Stieg Larsson's The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo franchise: set in Scandinavia and featuring a sullen male protagonist, it's violent, hard-boiled, and psychologically disturbing. more...
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    The Penalty

    Lon Chaney's reputation for behind-the-scenes masochism derives in considerable part from this silent 1920 melodrama in which he plays a double amputee, a role that required him to shoot the entire movie with his calves strapped tightly behind his thighs. more...
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    Smuggler

    After a string of lighter films (The Taste of Tea, Funky Forest: The First Contact), Japanese director Katsuhito Ishii returns to the violent gangster milieu of his debut feature, Shark Skin Man and Peach Hip Girl (1998). more...
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    The Snowtown Murders (NR)

    Your appreciation of this Australian horror movie—based on a series of gruesome murders that took place in an Adelaide suburb in the 1990s--will depend on whether you think its artistry justifies its unrelenting ugliness. more...
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    Total Badass (NR)

    Had Chad Holt been born in Europe 200 years ago, he might have become a great Romantic poet; but as a denizen of contemporary Austin, Texas, he's funneled his libertine intelligence into vulgar zines and hardcore bands with names like Fr├╝ntbutt. more...