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  • Onibaba (NR)

    A creepy, interesting, and visually striking 1964 feature by Kaneto Shindo, set in the 16th century in the midst of a civil war, about two poor women who live in the marshes and support themselves by luring wounded samurai to their deaths and then selling their possessions. more...
  • Only When I Dance (NR)

    This colorful documentary joins the recent Dancing Across Borders and Mao's Last Dancer in a trend of films about struggling artists in faraway lands who find opportunity in American ballet companies. more...
  • Only You (NR)

    In this Chinese remake of the 1994 Marisa Tomei-Robert Downey Jr. vehicle, Wang Tei (Lust, Caution) plays a veterinarian hunting for the man that fortune tellers have told her she'll marry. more...
  • Only Yours (NR)

    Laurice Guillen directed this drama about a Filipino family. more...
  • Open City (NR)

    Roberto Rossellini's 1946 story of a group of workers and a priest in 1943-'44 Rome, declared an “open city” by the Nazis, was begun only two months after the liberation. more...
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    Open Wound (NR)

    This Argentinian-Ecuadoran coproduction takes place during the 1941 border war between Ecuador and Peru, though it plays like any number of Hollywood World War II movies from the 50s. more...
  • Opera: La Boheme (NR)

    Ramon Vargas and Fiorenza Cedolins star in this satellite broadcast of a live production from the Gran Teatre del Liceu in Barcelona. more...
  • Orange Honey (NR)

    A young soldier in 1950, working as personal secretary to a military judge of the Franco regime, is shaken when his boss orders the political execution of a young man who cared for the soldier's sick mother. more...
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