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  • Dirty Wars (NR)

    The flood of theatrical documentaries about the War on Terror—Fahrenheit 9/11 (2004), Why We Fight (2005), The Ground Truth (2006), No End in Sight (2007), Taxi to the Dark Side (2007), Standard Operating Procedure (2008)—has slowed to a trickle since President Obama took office, which makes this uncompromising exposé from reporter Jeremy Scahill even more important. more...
  • Disco and Atomic War (NR)

    This playful 2009 documentary argues that commercial television, which leaked into communist Estonia from capitalist Finland, helped bring down the Soviet Union. more...
  • Dishoom (NR)

    Rohit Dhawan directed this Indian actioner about two cops joining forces in a 36-hour manhunt. more...
  • Dissolution (NR)

    Los Angeles indie Nina Menkes (Phantom Love) traveled to Israel for this eerie, low-fi update of Crime and Punishment. more...
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  • A Distant Thunder (NR)

    Donald Thompson directed this 1978 feature about satanic computers as a sequel to his earlier Christian feature, A Thief in the Night. more...
  • The Ditch (NR)

    Japanese actress Nobuko Otowa appeared in numerous films written and directed by her husband, Kaneto Shindo, and this 1954 drama offers one of her wilder performances, as a mugging, simpleminded prostitute in a town so destitute that women scramble to collect coal as it falls off passing freight trains. more...
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  • Django (NR)

    Sergio Corbucci's 1966 spaghetti western definitely corners the market on mud imagery: its mysterious title hero wanders into town dragging a coffin after him through the grimy, rutted streets, and when he takes down one bad guy, the man not only dies but topples over into quicksand and gets sucked into the earth. more...
  • Dodes 'Ka-Den (NR)

    A fey tale of refined souls prospering in the slums of Tokyo, this 1970 film was Akira Kurosawa's first in color, and he doesn't let you forget it: the tonalities are so bold, so broadly symbolic, and so spectacularly deployed that they easily overwhelm the tiny sentimentalities of the story. more...
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  • Dog Jack (NR)

    Adapted from a novel by Florence Biros, this drama tells the story of a slave boy on a plantation who runs away with his pet dog. more...
  • Dog Sweat (NR)

    Like Jia Zhang-ke's Unknown Pleasures and the recent documentary Burma VJ, this Iranian drama was shot on video clandestinely because national review boards would never allow a studio to produce it. more...
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  • Doghouse (NR)

    If the men's movement ever bankrolled a midnight movie, it might turn out like this UK horror comedy by Jake West (Razor Blade Smile). more...
  • New
    Domain (NR)

    Beatrice Dalle, who made her screen debut as the title character in Betty Blue (1986), gets a showcase role in this 2009 French drama, as a despondent, middle-aged mathematics professor clinging to her college-age nephew as she drinks herself to death. more...
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  • Donovan's Reef (NR)

    John Ford's vision of America became increasingly bitter through the 60s, from The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance to Seven Women. more...