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  • Something to Talk About

    The Chicago premieres of several masterpiece films made magic in a year dominated by tired fare.
  • Complicated Characters

    Flawed people in flawed relationships make for a stimulating screenplay in Andrew Wagner's adaptation.
  • Cinema of the Future

    Portuguese filmmaker Pedro Costa twists Hollywood inspiration in his tableaux of dispossession and poverty.
  • All the Pretty Carnage

    Remorseless murder isn't all there is to No Country for Old Men, but it's all anyone seems to care about.
  • The Freed Woman

    Jennifer Fox's audacious autobiographical miniseries
  • When Fable and Fact Interact

    Chicago Cinema Forum presents a newly subtitled restoration of Roberto Rossellini's 1959 masterpiece India Matri Bhumi.
  • The Unobserved Life

    The debut feature of an overlooked master gets its long-delayed commercial release.
  • Dumb Like Me

    Michael Moore undercuts his own muckraking with his regular Joe act.
  • Hollywood Mon Amour

    The latest from French master Alain Resnais is a classic studio-style heartbreaker.
  • The 12-Hour Masterpiece

    After years of obscurity, Jacques Rivette's puzzling Out 1 finally makes it to Chicago.
  • Before the Revolution

    The Film Center presents rarely seen works by exiled Iranian director Ebrahim Golestan.