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  • The Infinite Happiness
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    The Infinite Happiness

    Documentary makers Ila Bêka and Louise Lemoine explore the 8 House in suburban Copenhagen, a large mixed-use development built in the shape of a figure eight. more...
  • The Incident
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    The Incident (NR)

    Like Philip K. Dick's Time Out of Joint and certain episodes of The Twilight Zone, this Mexican SF parable (2014) has two concurrent story lines. more...
  • Invasion

    Documentary maker Abner Benaim interviews residents of Panama City about the U.S. invasion that deposed General Manuel Noriega in December 1989. more...
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    The Invisible Collection

    Adapted from a 1927 story by Austrian writer Stefan Zweig, this muted Brazilian drama concerns a rich playboy from Sao Paolo who decides to turn his life around after a friend dies of a drug overdose. more...
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    Illiterate

    In this Chilean drama, a woman who's concealed her illiteracy for the past 50 years (Paulina Garcia) becomes the reluctant student of a determined young teacher (Valentina Muhr). more...
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    Infiltrators

    Using a handheld camera, Khaled Jarrar documents those Palestinians who climb over the wall blocking them from Israel, and the smugglers who make a living off them. more...
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    Informant

    In 2005, Brandon Darby was prominent in the anarchist community, organizing grassroots relief efforts for victims of Hurricane Katrina; today he's a paid speaker on the Tea Party circuit; and for a while in between, he served as an FBI informant, helping to indict several younger activists who had looked up to him. more...
  • It's Better to Jump
  • It's Better to Jump

    In Acre, an ancient and historically peaceful city on Israel's northern coast, children plunge from high cliffs into the Mediterranean as a rite of passage, which the makers of this 2013 documentary turn into a blunt symbol of the city's troubles (among them accelerated urban development and the growing discord among the Arab populace). more...
  • Inside a Change (NR)

    Like Spike Lee’s 25th Hour, this thoughtful urban drama follows a young New Yorker (Ephraim Benton) during his final day of freedom before going to jail for dealing dope. more...
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    In Search of Memory

    Neuroscientist Eric Kandel won the Nobel Prize in 2000 for his study of how neurons allow us to store memories, and this German documentary by Petra Seeger, adapted from Kandel’s book of the same title, explains his findings while dipping into his memories of the Holocaust. more...