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  • La Barracuda (NR)

    A British woman's visit to her Texas half-sister slowly unleashes long-held resentments and possibly violent outcomes. more...
  • Lucky
  • Lucky (NR)

    In a quiet desert town, a tetchy old atheist named Lucky (Harry Dean Stanton in one of his final roles) feels the weight of his life even as it dwindles. more...
  • The Lodgers (NR)

    Brian O'Malley directed this Irish supernatural horror film about twins whose relationship with an evil presence is disrupted by a returned war veteran who falls for one of them. more...
  • Laal Rang (NR)

    This 2016 Bollywood thriller follows a young boy who teams up with a man to run an illegal blood bank to make enough money to impress the girl he loves. more...
  • Letters From Baghdad (NR)

    Not to be confused with the recent biopic Queen of the Desert, starring Nicole Kidman, this is a documentary profile of Gertrude Bell, the Englishwoman who became a respected diplomat in the Middle East and helped draw the borders of modern-day Iraq. more...
  • Listen to Me Marlon
  • Listen to Me Marlon (NR)

    Listen to Me Marlon, an engrossing documentary portrait of Marlon Brando, has more than its share of awkward moments, but none more so than its 1955 clip of the 30-year-old actor appearing on Edward R. Murrow's CBS interview series Person to Person alongside his 60-year-old father, Marlon Brando Sr. When Murrow asks the father if he's proud of his son—who has just won an Oscar for On the Waterfront—Marlon Sr. replies, "Well, as an actor, not too proud, but as a man, why quite proud." more...
  • Lace Crater (NR)

    Harrison Atkins makes his directorial debut with this 2015 fantasy in which a woman vacationing in the Hamptons encounters a strange apparition in her guesthouse. more...
  • Live From New York!
  • Live From New York! (NR)

    The producers of Saturday Night Live spend so much time milking the show's legacy that this 40th-anniversary documentary would seem pointless even if it weren't so complacent and congratulatory. more...
  • Last Weekend
  • Last Weekend (NR)

    This tepid indie comedy lacks a consistent tone; directors Tom Dolby and Tom Williams can't decide whether to satirize or sympathize with their wealthy, self-regarding characters. more...
  • Lock Charmer
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    Lock Charmer (NR)

    In this low-key variation on Stephen King's The Dead Zone, a shy locksmith in Buenos Aires acquires the ability to intuit his clients' innermost secrets and discovers that most people get through life by lying to themselves. more...
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