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  • Danny Says
  • Danny Says

    Once you get used to Brendan Toller's scattershot direction, this profile of Danny Fields—the editor, publicist, and manager who helped launch the Stooges and the Ramones—is a compelling look at the New York underground of the late 60s and early 70s. more...
  • Daughters, Wives and a Mother

    The vibrant color photography of this Japanese domestic drama (1960) frequently evokes MGM musicals, which seems ironic given Mikio Naruse’s characteristically bitter story of middle-class unhappiness. more...
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    The Day He Arrives

    Korean director Hong Sang-soo has carved a out a niche for himself with his tongue-in-cheek comedies of sexual maneuvering (Woman on the Beach, Virgin Stripped Bare by Her Bachelors), though this 2011 feature, shot in black and white, seems like a trifle compared to his best work. more...
  • Death Metal Angola
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    Death Metal Angola

    Angola's 27-year civil war ended in 2002, but the subjects of this 2012 documentary still struggle with having seen the bodies of family and friends decompose in the street. more...
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    Death Rides a Horse (R)

    John Philip Law plays a farmer hunting down the bandits who killed his family when he was a boy; Lee Van Cleef is the mysterious gunman who offers his help. more...
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    Desert Victory

    A British wartime documentary made under the direction of Lieutenant Colonel David MacDonald, this 1943 feature follows the British Eighth Army in Africa as it fights the troops of the "Desert Fox," Field Marshal Erwin Rommel. more...
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    Despite the Gods

    Documentary maker Penny Vozniak follows Jennifer Lynch, daughter of David Lynch, as she directs Hisss, a U.S.-Indian coproduction whose shoot ran six months behind schedule. more...
  • Digging For Fire
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    Digging For Fire (R)

    Much as I admire Chicago-based filmmaker Joe Swanberg (Hannah Takes the Stairs, Drinking Buddies) for his dedicated work ethic (he's directed 16 features and acted in dozens of others over the past decade), his movies drive me up the wall. more...
  • Dim the Fluorescents
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    Dim the Fluorescents

    An actress desperate for a break (Claire Armstrong) and a playwright (Naomi Skwarna) living off checks from her dad funnel all their untapped creative passion into writing and performing instructional skits for corporate seminars. more...
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    Dim the Fluoresents

    In this Canadian comedy, an actress desperate for a break (Claire Armstrong) and a playwright (Naomi Skwarna) living off checks from her dad funnel all their untapped creative passion into writing and performing instructional skits for corporate seminars. more...
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    The Do-Deca-Pentathlon

    A suburban family man (Steve Zissis), fat and unhappy, gets pulled into a long-simmering athletic rivalry with his younger, fitter brother (Mark Kelly), much to the dismay of their mother (Julie Vorus) and the older man's wife (Jennifer Lafleur). more...
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    Domain (NR)

    Beatrice Dalle, who made her screen debut as the title character in Betty Blue (1986), gets a showcase role in this 2009 French drama, as a despondent, middle-aged mathematics professor clinging to her college-age nephew as she drinks herself to death. more...
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