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  • I, a Woman

    Mac Ahlberg directed this once-notorious soft-core Danish film (1965) about a woman (Essy Persson) in a series of sexual relationships. more...
  • I Always Wanted to Be a Saint

    Luxembourg writer-director Genevieve Mersch makes her feature debut with this compelling 2003 drama about a smart, acerbic teenager (Marie Kremer) who, abandoned by her mother and neglected by her hardworking father, finds an imaginary friend in a race car driver killed during a televised match. more...
  • I Am (NR)

    Tom Shadyac (Ace Ventura: Pet Detective, The Nutty Professor) produced this philosophical documentary. more...
  • I Am a Camera

    This pre-Cabaret adaptation of John van Druten's play—based in turn on Christopher Isherwood's Berlin Stories—caused a minor flutter in 1955 when it was condemned by the Legion of Decency for the following line, delivered by Julie Harris: “What do you want to do first, have a drink or go to bed?” Otherwise, it's fairly tame stuff, reasonably well directed (if memory serves) by Henry Cornelius; Laurence Harvey, Shelley Winters, and Patrick McGoohan costar. more...
  • I Am a Cat

    Kon Ichikawa directed this 1975 adaptation of Natsume Soseki's famous 1905 satirical novel, in which a feline narrator comments on the foibles and frailties of the learned gentry during the modernization of Japan. more...
  • I Am a Dancer

    Made for French TV by Pierre Jourdan in 1969, this documentary introduces the general public to Rudolf Nureyev as a lithe, mop-haired icon to be adored, a mission reinforced by the cliche-laden, voice-of-God narration. more...
  • I Am a Fugitive From a Chain Gang

    Mervyn LeRoy's 1932 indictment of the chain-gang system marked a transition between the prison cycle of the early 30s and the topical films of the decade's middle years. more...
  • I Am a Man

    A feature-length documentary by Bryon Hurt (1996) in which he travels across America, discussing issues of black masculinity with Alvin Poussaint, Andrew Young, Michael Dyson, and many others. more...
  • I Am a Monk

    Makabe Yukinari's directing debut centers on a young man who becomes abbot of a Japanese temple. more...
  • I Am a Sex Addict

    Shortly before his third marriage Caveh Zahedi recounts and restages events from his life showing how his addiction to prostitutes doomed his first two. more...
  • I Am Ali (PG)

    The title of this Muhammad Ali profile overcompensates for his absence from the project, though the legendary athlete has permitted writer-director Clare Lewins to sample the many cassette tapes of personal phone conversations that he recorded over the years. more...
  • I Am Andean

    At the beginning of this intriguing documentary a Peruvian band performing on a New York subway platform is joined by a lithe young woman whose dancing captivates onlookers. more...
  • I Am Ann

    Hilarious and sexy, Ann Coppel's 2004 mockumentary short in which her shout “I am Ann!” becomes the basis of a self-empowerment movement with workshops and therapists and rallies. more...
  • I Am Big Bird
  • I Am Big Bird

    Since 1969, Caroll Spinney has been playing Big Bird (as well as his existential antagonist, Oscar the Grouch) on Sesame Street, and for this documentary profile, directors Dave LaMattina and Chad Walker collect warm reminiscences from him, his family, and various admiring colleagues and coworkers. more...