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  • Katyn (NR)

    Andrzej Wajda has spent much of his long career dramatizing major events in Polish history, and this poignant feature depicts the circumstances surrounding the Soviet Union’s massacre of thousands of Polish officers in the spring of 1940. more...
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  • Killer of Sheep (NR)

    The first feature (1977) of the highly talented black filmmaker Charles Burnett, who set most of his early films in Watts (including My Brother's Wedding and To Sleep With Anger); this one deals episodically with the life of a slaughterhouse worker. more...
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  • The King of Escape (NR)

    Though often cast as a heavy (2 Days in Paris, District B13), plus-size Ludovic Berthillot is persuasive here as a sweet but naive gay man stuck in a midlife crisis. more...
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  • Kings of Pastry (NR)

    This documentary about star chefs by Chris Hegedus and D.A. Pennebaker (The War Room) is a little on the light side but still more substantial than any TV food show. more...
  • The Klezmatics: On Holy Ground (NR)

    Founded in Manhattan's East Village in 1986, the Klezmatics are dedicated to the preservation and celebration of klezmer, the Yiddish folk music that flourished in Eastern Europe until the Holocaust. more...
  • Knife in the Water (NR)

    Written with Jerzy Skolimowski (Moonlighting), this 1962 production was Roman Polanski's first feature film, and there are those who would still call it his best. more...
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  • Kuroneko (NR)

    Samurai soldiers rape and murder a woman and her daughter-in-law living alone in a house near the forest, but a black cat licking at their abandoned bodies spells trouble for the perpetrators: years later, as the same men happen one by one through the forest, each is seduced by two ghostly women and led to his doom. more...