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  • Diary of a Chambermaid
  • Diary of a Chambermaid (NR)

    Léa Seydoux stars in this third screen adaptation of Octave Mirbeau's fin de siècle novel, making the title character more cynical than in Jean Renoir's 1946 adaptation and more downtrodden than in Luis Buñuel's 1964 version. more...
  • Do Not Resist

    Two new documentaries opening Friday reflect on the fragility of civil society, though they record events that happened nearly a half century apart. more...
  • Don't Call Me Son
  • Don't Call Me Son

    In this engrossing Brazilian drama, a slovenly 17-year-old boy questioning his gender identity (Naomi Nero) has his world rocked when police arrive at his lower-class home, allege that he was abducted at birth, and take him in for a DNA test, which reveals that his true family is a wealthy, conservative clan with strong ideas about who he should be. more...
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  • Death in the Terminal (NR)

    This horrifying Israeli documentary reconstructs the 18 minutes of chaos that ensued in October 2015 after a Bedouin gunman attacked a bus station in Beersheba; security forces shot the man dead but also fatally wounded a young Eritrean immigrant they mistook for his accomplice, whom bystanders then kicked and bludgeoned as he lay on the floor bleeding. more...
  • Deadpool
  • Deadpool (R)

    Ryan Reynolds vanquishes the ghost of his failed Green Lantern franchise and reclaims his squandered villain role from Wolverine (2013) as the titular antihero in this raunchy Marvel action flick. more...
  • Dawson City: Frozen Time
  • Dawson City: Frozen Time

    Bill Morrison, whose extraordinary documentary Decasia (2002) turned decomposing film stock into the stuff of avante-garde reverie, returns with another staggering journey into the past. more...
  • The Diary of a Teenage Girl
  • The Diary of a Teenage Girl (R)

    Adapted from Phoebe Gloeckner's acclaimed 2002 graphic novel, this provocative indie feature chronicles the furtive sexual relationship between a precocious 15-year-old girl (Bel Powley) and her mother's boyfriend (Alexander Skarsgard) in the anything-goes atmosphere of mid-70s San Francisco. more...
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  • Dreamcatcher
  • Dreamcatcher

    Produced in the UK but shot here in Chicago, this unflinching documentary trails Brenda Myers-Powell, an activist with the not-for-profit Dreamcatcher Foundation, as she makes her rounds on the west side, distributing condoms to girls on the street, warning at-risk high schoolers about the perils of prostitution, and counseling neighborhood hookers who want out of the business. more...
  • Dheepan
  • Dheepan

    Jacques Audiard is perhaps the only filmmaker in France who makes art-house films that could and should be successful Hollywood blockbusters. more...
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  • Don Verdean
  • Don Verdean (PG-13)

    Napoleon Dynamite (2004) made Jared and Jerusha Hess the freshest new voices in American screen comedy; Nacho Libre (2006) made them embarrassing one-trick ponies. more...
  • Days of Being Wild

    Wong Kar-wai's idiosyncratic style first became apparent in this gorgeously moody second feature (1991), whose romantic vision of 1960 Hong Kong as a network of unfulfilled longings would later echo through In the Mood for Love. more...
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