• Wait Until Dark (NR)

    This 1967 thriller draws its effectiveness less from the intelligence of the direction (by Terence Young) than from the unbridled sadism of the concept: Audrey Hepburn is a blind woman in unknowing possession of a doll stuffed with pure heroin. more...
  • We the Economy (NR)

    A collection of short films directed by independent and Hollywood filmmakers—Steve James, Catherine Hardwick, Joe Berlinger—in collaboration with economists that illustrate how the economy impacts daily life. more...
  • Women Without Men (NR)

    Shirin Neshat, best known for her video installations, makes her feature directing debut with this elegant, often moving story of four Iranian women trapped by their circumstances in the turmoil preceding the 1953 coup. more...
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