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  • The Mirror (NR)

    A childhood autobiography of sorts from Russian filmmaker Andrei Tarkovsky (Andrei Rublev, The Sacrifice); quite a few critics consider this 1974 film a metaphysical masterpiece, though one dissenter has described it as “the sort of film that one can only hope worked out some personal problem for its director.” In Russian and Spanish with subtitles. more...
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  • Mississippi Mermaid (NR)

    Francois Truffaut's free adaptation of Cornell Woolrich's masochistically doom-ridden Waltz Into Darkness, in 'Scope and color, yields an unsuccessful but sympathetic exploration of the filmmaker's underrated darker side. more...
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  • The Mob (NR)

    Broderick Crawford stars as an undercover cop investigating waterfront labor in this Robert Parrish-directed noir from 1951. more...
  • Modus Operandi (NR)

    In this meandering, bargain-basement spoof of ’70s grindhouse cinema (2009), a booze-sodden secret agent is ordered to track down two stolen briefcases containing highly embarrassing personal material that belongs to the U.S. president. more...
  • Mofest: Main Industry Bash (NR)

    The annual film and arts festival presents two screenings of short works in a variety of genres, including documentary, experimental, and music video. more...
  • Mofest: Sunday Screenings (NR)

    The annual film and arts festival presents two screenings of short works in a variety of genres, including documentary, experimental, and music video. more...
  • The Moleman of Belmont Avenue (NR)

    Local filmmakers Mike Bradecich and John LaFlamboy directed this horror comedy about two brothers who inherit an apartment building that houses a monster in the basement. more...
  • Monga (NR)

    Tough guys double-cross each other and then cry about it in this gangster weepie from Taiwan (2010). more...
  • Monogamy (NR)

    A 30-ish photographer (Chris Messina) who's having relationship troubles with his folk-singer fiancée (Rashida Jones of The Social Network) becomes quietly obsessed with the exhibitionist woman he's been hired to shoot from afar. more...
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  • Monsieur Verdoux (NR)

    A film of serene elegance and sharp teeth, Charles Chaplin's 1947 masterpiece was met with violent hostility on its first release, and contributed strongly to his political exile in the 1950s. more...
  • Morenita (NR)

    This 2008 thriller directed by Alan Jonsson tells the story of a man who steals an important religious icon and holds it for ransom to repay a debt. more...
  • Morgen (NR)

    Marian Crisan makes his feature directing debut with a cute comedy in what might be called the "New Romanian" mold, developing deadpan humor through keenly observed boredom. more...
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