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  • The Mark of Zorro (NR)

    Johnston McCulley's masked pulp-fiction hero was barely a year old when Douglas Fairbanks brought him to the screen in this silent 1920 swashbuckler, which was decisively topped two decades later by Rouben Mamoulian's 20th Century-Fox remake with Tyrone Power. more...
  • Marketa Lazarová (NR)

    Czech filmmaker Frantisek Vlacil may have been eclipsed in the West by his countrymen Milos Forman and Jiri Menzel, but his work from the 60s and 70s has earned him a solid reputation at home: Marketa Lazarova (1966) was recently voted the greatest Czech film of all time in a national critics' poll. more...
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    Marriage (NR)

    Veteran Argentinean actors Dario Grandinetti and Cecilia Roth play a married couple on the verge of divorce after 20 years together. more...
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  • Mars (NR)

    Austin animator Geoff Marslett uses actors and rotoscoping to create roughed-edged, candy-colored, and unusually expressive 2-D characters that are a pleasure to watch. more...
  • Martha (NR)

    In this quirky Mexican drama, an insurance company fires its 75-year-old file clerk (Magda Vizcaino) and replaces her with a curvy young computer operator (Penelope Hernandez) who casually advises the reticent old woman of a painless way to commit suicide. more...
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  • Mastizaade (NR)

    Directed by Milap Zaveri, this Bollywood sex comedy tells the story of two men who fall in love with identical women with very different personalities. more...
  • Max Bill: The Master's Vision (NR)

    Swiss artist Max Bill was a left-leaning sculptor, painter, typographer, and Bauhaus scenester who collaborated, rubbed shoulders, or shared lovers with the likes of Pablo Picasso, Laszlo Moholy-Nagy, Paul Klee, Ignazio Silone, and Walter Gropius. more...
  • May Shorts (NR)

    Short works on lesbian themes, screening as part of the "Dyke Delicious" series. more...
  • MBA Partners (NR)

    Jang Tae-yoo directed this Chinese romantic comedy about three disparate women who become business partners. more...
  • Me and My Gal (NR)

    Manny Farber singles out this 1932 programmer as Raoul Walsh's best film, and there's a fair chance that he's right. more...
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