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  • 'N Sync: Bigger Than Live

    In this large-format film, Lance, Justin, Chris, JC, and Joey perform songs from No Strings Attached at four different locations. more...
  • N.Y.H. C.

    The title stands for “New York hardcore,” and this video documentary by Frank Pavich offers a comprehensive look at the city's underground music scene, from its origins in punk to the present. more...
  • N-Secure (R)

    David M. Matthews directed this thriller about a successful man who becomes involved in murder. more...
  • Nacho Libre

    Jared and Jerusha Hess, the Mormon couple who cowrote Napoleon Dynamite, take their oddball comedy down to Oaxaca for this tale of a cook at a Catholic orphanage (Jack Black) who decides to raise money for the kids by moonlighting as a masked wrestler. more...
  • Die Nacht

    Hans Jurgen Syberberg's six-hour trance film takes place during the last night of World War II, as a woman (Edith Clever) sitting in the ruined courtyard of the Danish embassy in Berlin and surrounded by artifacts of the German culture that has just come to its end recites a series of excerpts taken from the classics of German romanticism. more...
  • Nada

    Claude Chabrol's 1973 thriller about a group of political kidnappers in Paris seems to record his disenchantment with the French left during this period as well as his cynical disapproval of the government. more...
  • Nadine

    A mild, romantic comedy-thriller, set in Austin, Texas, in 1954. more...
  • Nadja

    Dracula's daughter—and more specifically, Lambert Hillyer's Dracula's Daughter (1936)—comes to Manhattan's East Village in a quirky, lyrical independent feature by writer-director Michael Almereyda. more...
  • Nadya's Village

    Dudichi, a Belarusian village near the site of the Chernobyl nuclear disaster, is the focus of this documentary (1997, 118 min.) more...
  • Nairobi Half Life

    A young Kenyan leaves his village for Nairobi to become an actor but falls in with a gang of criminals. more...
  • Naked

    Brilliant, problematic, and hyperbolic, Mike Leigh's postapocalyptic look at post-Thatcher England may look like allegory, but only because the picaresque story line, this time involving lone individuals rather than families, seems to sprawl more randomly than usual (which, incidentally, makes the customary clash of acting styles all the more glaring). more...
  • Naked Among Wolves

    Frank Beyer's 1963 East German film, written by Buchenwald survivor Bruno Apitz, effectively presents the camp's brutal conditions. more...
  • Naked Boys Singing!

    This video version of the stage revue clearly lacked much of a production budget, but then again, costumes aren't exactly an issue. more...